For small capacity partitions, users had better employ NTFS, which is a better file system than FAT. NTFS can support larger partition and single file when compared with FAT. But in some cases, users still need to convert NTFS to FAT32. For example, when the target disk or program only supports FAT, users have to do such work. Well then, how to convert NTFS to FAT safely?
In fact, the operations are quite simple as long as users employ MiniTool Partition Wizard. By using the “Convert NTFS to FAT32” function, users can finish file system conversion without any data damage. Since the “Convert NTFS to FAT” function owns the capacity of automatic recognition, the software will convert a NTFS partition to a FAT12 partition, a FAT16 partition or a FAT32 partition according to actual partition size in the process of converting.
How to Convert NTFS to FAT32
Please follow the MiniTool Partition Wizard tutorial below to convert file system.
1.Select the NTFS partition whose file system needs to be converted.
2.Choose “Convert NTFS to FAT” from left action panel or from the pop-up list after clicking target partition in the right side (users can also click “Partition” in menu bar and choose “Convert NTFS to FAT” from its drop-down list).
3.Click the “Apply” button in the upper left corner to apply changes.
4.Click “Yes” button in the pop-up window to confirm applying pending changes.