Apple new AFPS file system better?


Somebody asked me is the new AFPS file system better? You be the judge: 1. Speed It is fast. Managing files, copying, and transferring files is insanely fast. For some users with massive files, this could be a very important plus. 2. Security It contains full single or multi-key encryption to keep all data safe. (I like this a lot!) Again, for many users, this will be a huge benefit when dealing with file sharing and other transfers. 3. Less Corruption File corruption or metadata corruption is not as common as in HFS+. Nothing can put a damper on a full day of work like discovering a corruption on a data file that may impact your work progress in a negative way. You don't need to "defrag" AFPS either... 4. Less Crashing It has far better crash protection. Nothing brings a project to a screeching halt like a crash. It isn’t always easy to get back to that momentum once the system is back up and running. Great for running a server IMHO... So there you have it without getting too much into the technical aspects of it.
Somebody asked me is the new AFPS file system better?

You be the judge:

1. Speed

It is fast. Managing files, copying, and transferring files is insanely fast. For some users with massive files, this could be a very important plus.

2. Security

It contains full single or multi-key encryption to keep all data safe. (I like this a lot!) Again, for many users, this will be a huge benefit when dealing with file sharing and other transfers.

3. Less Corruption

File corruption or metadata corruption is not as common as in HFS+. Nothing can put a damper on a full day of work like discovering a corruption on a data file that may impact your work progress in a negative way. You don't need to "defrag" AFPS either...

4. Less Crashing

It has far better crash protection. Nothing brings a project to a screeching halt like a crash. It isn’t always easy to get back to that momentum once the system is back up and running. Great for running a server IMHO...

So there you have it without getting too much into the technical aspects of it.
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