Thanks, Eric, I think that little roundup covers the question.

On 2/25/2016 7:48 AM, Eric Auer wrote:
> Hi John,
> most DOS programs do not care at all what type of drive you use.
> Only disk manipulation matters: For example CHKDSK does not, but
> the alternative DOSFSCK does support fat32. Support in FORMAT &
> FDISK is complete. Support in DEFRAG is very limited. What else
> would you like to know about fat32? :-)
> Eric
>> I have been using 2GB FAT16 partitions because of my recollection that
>> some of the FreeDOS programs didn't support FAT32 properly. I'm sorry I
>> don't have notes on the particulars, just a recollection of my
>> conclusion from a dive into the question a long time ago.

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