MS was focused on building a filesytem that could store the outrageous
ACLs they wanted, and that was non-trival


so - as usually - they quickly implemented OS/2 filesystem (at best, assuming no stolen code), and added their bloat then.

performance is never a priority in Microsoft. exactly opposite is true.
High quality of windows will kill Microsoft, few would buy new versions then.

(look at how long it took the
BSDs to have native file-level ACLs).

because in unix they are not actually needed.

users&groups system is just perfect.

i don't know anyone here that actually use ACL under unix
because he/she needs it.

POSSIBLY it's needed for samba users to allow using this on windoze clients.
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