partitioned file

partitioned file

[pär′tish·ənd ′fīl]
(computer science)
A file on disk storage that is divided into subdivisions, each of which constitutes a complete file.
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The customer can now manage a single partitioned file system that will contain all the images.
0 line comes bundled with new user-friendly Password Lock software, which allows users to password-protect partitioned files or the entire drive.