I've been tossing around the idea of converting my FAT32 drives to NTFS now for some time for the improved performance. I've had a couple concerns about doing this and was hoping to get my questions answered to see if I should go through with it or not. 1.) My computer is on a Network with a computer running Windows 98SE. I'm running Windows XP Pro Corp. Now my question is, if I convert my Windows XP Box to use NTFS will will the FAT32 Windows 98SE machine still be able to read from the NTFS machine properly and will I be able to see the FAT32 machine normally? I figure with Windows XP being up to date and as good as it is, I shouldn't have a problem but I wanted to double-check on it. 2.) Since I do game occasionally on the PC (Do a lot of gaming on my Playstation 2 lately) I still want that option available. Will converting the drive to NTFS disrupt my gaming at all? I mainly don't want any compatibility problems with it, that's my main concern. Above and beyond that is there anything I should or need to know about NTFS before converting? Thanks for any help and information that I may get in advance.