Solid File System Application Edition 5.1

"Solid File System Application Edition" snapshot

Solid File System is an implementation of a file system that uses one file on the media (such as hard drive or CD-ROM) for storing the data. It supports journalling, multiple streams per file, unlimited storage file size, encryption and compression.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server
Publisher:
EldoS Corporation
Price:
$325
File size:
31.26 Mb
Date added:
January 20, 2016
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Description from the Publisher
Solid File System is a single - file virtual file system that uses one file on the media (such as hard drive, CD-ROM, database or file resource) for storing the data. It can be used to preserve integrity of application data, store metadata or keep revisions of the information streams. Solid File System supports journalling, multiple streams per file, unlimited storage file size, file and storage metadata, encryption, compression, symbolic links.
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