File System - Tree

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1 - About

Most file systems in use today store the files in a tree (or hierarchical) structure.

At the top of the tree is one (or more) root nodes.

Under the root node, there are files and directories (folders in Microsoft Windows).

Each directory can contain files and subdirectories, which in turn can contain files and subdirectories, and so on, potentially to an almost limitless depth.

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