NTFS on 32-bit has a 4GB filesize limit (it's the 32-bit limit rather than NTFS here).
NTFS on 64-bit is something like 8Eib or 16Eib iirc.
FAT32 file size limit is 4GB on almost any OS
NTFS file size limit is not 4GB (unless the partition or disk is only 4GB)
The filesystem structures determine the file size limits, not the OS.
However Windows did have some artificial limit on how big a FAT32 partition you could create at least in the GUI.
In which case you can use partitioning tools like GParted and newer (typically run from CD).
prompt $P - Invalid drive specification - Abort, Retry, Fail? $G
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Edited by prlzx (Fri 18-Mar-11 00:55:18)