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[FAT32] uses a fixed DiskCluster size of 4Kb. Since it can address 2^32 clusters, this is sufficient for 16TB of storage.
Windows does not let you format a disc of 32GB or greater with FAT32, as an attempt to push everyone to using [NTFS]. It can, however address large discs fine. There is, however, [fat32format, an OSS utility for formatting large FAT32 partitions|http://www.ridgecrop.demon.co.uk/index.htm?fat32format.htm]. Linux can format FAT32 partitions of any size, with no problem.