FAT32, NTFS, and Windows 7 are all developed by Microsoft. FAT32 and NTFS are the most widely used file system at present. Windows 7 is the most popular operating system. Windows 7 is the revolution of Windows system. It has been improved by many functions. The most popular one should be the powerful multimedia entertainment. The HD movies or high quality music files that users like to download are usually very large. When downloading these files in the Windows 7, many FAT32 file system users will probably meet the trouble that the file is too large to download. How could this happen? It is because that the size of file is larger than the largest single file that FAT32 file system supports. The largest single file that FAT32 supports is 4GB, and nowadays many files are larger than 4GB. Microsoft has developed NTFS file system for Windows NT and the following Windows series. The single file NTFS supports can be as large as 64GB and it can satisfy the users' requirement. How to convert FAT32 file system to NTFS file system in Windows 7? There are two common ways:
How to convert FAT32 to NTFS in Windows 7
The common ways to convert FAT32 to NTFS is formatting or directly convert. The first one: formatting partition may cause the data loss. It is right to backup the data in advance, but it costs a lot of time. The second one: we need the third party disk management software to convert FAT32 to NTFS directly. This is the most common and the best way. Users may know that the disk management tool of Windows 7 still cannot complete the conversion directly. It is strongly suggested to use MiniTool Partition Wizard developed by MiniTool Solution Ltd. This software is not only powerful and easy to operate, it also won't cause any effect on the data. Visit the official website of MiniTool Partition Wizard https://www.partitionwizard.com/ for more information. Here is a presentation to show how to convert FAT32 to NTFS easily in Windows7.
Convert FAT32 to NTFS with MiniTool Partition Wizard in the Windows 7
Download MiniTool Partition Wizard at the official website and install it to the partition that is not going to be operated. Run the MiniTool Partition Wizard to enter into the main interface:
We can see the condition of all the partitions of the computer in the list. Choose the FAT32 partition. Here we choose D: partition for example. Click the "Convert FAT to NTFS" button on the left side and the following interface will come up:
In this interface we will see the original file system and the file system that is going to be converted. Click "Start" button to convert. After finishing, click "Close" button to return to the main interface.