Resilient File System (ReFS)
The Resilient File System (ReFS) (AKA protogon) was introduced in Windows 8, with the intention of eventually replacing NTFS. It has been designed for use with huge data sets, and provides improvements over NTFS with features such as repairing errors "on-the-go" (automatic chkdsk) and preventing Torn Writes by using a "Copy-On-Write" feature.
- Resilient File System overview
- Building the next generation file system for Windows: ReFS
- The Microsoft ReFS On-Disk Layout, by Willi Ballenthin
- Resilient File System (ReFS), by the [libfslibs project], May 2012
- Resilient File System (ReFS), by Paul Green, September 2013
- Forensic Investigation of Microsoft's Resilient File System (ReFS), by Andrew Head, April 2015