Excuse me there folks, albeit do any of you speak English, reason being is this seems to be a bit over my head. . .
Although ReFS inherited some of the NTFS code base initially, it is a different file system with different uses in mind. In fact, disk tools that work with the NTFS Master File Table (MFT) won’t be able to work with ReFS because ReFS has its own mechanism for keeping up with file metadata.
On every HD that I set up for myself, my storage partition is always formatted in FAT-32 mode.
In fact, on the PC that I just retired, with Windows XP on it, the C: drive is formatted FAT-32.
That offers flexibility for me, that NTFS does not offer.
Oh, and I still run a 16 bit game on Windows 8.1, Pro, X86, my new OS.*
* When you try to install a 16bit program on 8.1, X86 the installer will stop and ask you if you want to install compatibility for 16 bit software. When you click "Yes" it will install a .dll that makes that possible. Thank You MS programmers.
The 64 bit version of Windows 8.1 has NO SUCH compatibility.