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
(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
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