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 Can I use Ventoy USB for moving files?
I would like to use Ventoy to create digital toolbox, but I'm confused about partitions. Sometimes I would need to move files between Linux (booted using Ventoy) and Android/Windows 8 (separate machine), but I also need ability to install Windows from Ventoy.

If I would keep default exFAT filesystem for partition 1, I think I will be able to access files from Android/Windows 8 and install Windows, but will Ventoy-booted Linux be able to modify files on this partition? If not, do I have any other options?
But two requirements:
1. The linux system must support to mount exFAT filesystem.
2. Set VTOY_LINUX_REMOUNT=1 in ventoy global control plugin.
Other option is to make a Ventoy USB drive with reserved space (see options in VentoytoDisk program).
Then format the reserved space as partition 3 - it can be in any format you like. FAT32 is most compatible but max file size is 4GB so only useful if you know all files will be under 4GB. Otherwise exFAT or NTFS.

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