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The DrivePool main page at http://stablebit.com/DrivePool/Features says "All your data is stored in standard NTFS files on each individual disk in the pool." and it also says "DrivePool features CoveFS, an optimized file system specifically designed for disk pooling. [...] Designed to function like NTFS"
This seems contradictory. Is CoveFS an option, where we can choose to format our disks using CoveFS if we want, or leave them in NTFS? I guess I don't know what "features" means, in the phrase "DrivePool features CoveFS".