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What Is the lost+found Folder on Linux and macOS?

What Is the lost+found Folder on Linux and macOS?
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The lost+found folder is a part of Linux, macOS, and other UNIX-like operating systems. Each file system—that is, each partition—has its own lost+found directory. You’ll find recovered bits of corrupted files here.
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