Windows 7 Partition Manager Makes It Possible to Store Large Files
As we know, Microsoft has stopped giving technical support on Windows XP. Therefore, an increasing number of PC users replace Windows XP with more advanced Windows operating systems, like Windows 7. However, in daily Windows 7 use, users are easy to encounter the situation where a large-capacity file (always more than 4 GB) can not be saved to FAT32 partition. Under this situation, what should users do? The best solution is of course to convert FAT32 partition to NTFS partition since a single file NTFS supports can be 2TB at most.
Nevertheless, Windows 7 does not provide users with a good way to convert file system, so users have to ask third-party Windows 7 partition manager for help. Note: only excellent partition manager can help realize desired conversion; if users convert FAT32 partition to NTFS partition by using partition manager which has defects, they may suffer from data loss or even partition damage. If users have difficulties in finding excellent Windows 7 partition manager, MiniTool Partition Wizard is a quite good choice.
Reasons for Recommending MiniTool Partition Wizard to Convert File System
There are mainly 4 reasons to choose this partition manager:
1. It is able to convert FAT32 partition to NTFS partition.
2. It can be compatible with Windows 7.
3. Data can be well protected.
4. Operations are so simple that almost all computer users can complete conversion successfully.
After knowing these reasons, users would want to download Windows 7 partition manager to convert FAT32 partition to NTFS partition. Please download it from the downloading page of this website. Next, a demonstration will be given to show users how to convert file system with this software.
Convert FAT32 Partition to NTFS Partition with MiniTool Partition Wizard
After downloading and installing the Windows 7 partition manager to computer, users need to run it to open the main interface:
Then, select the FAT32 partition which needs converting and choose the function “Convert FAT to NTFS” from the left action panel to get the converting interface:
Next, click the functional button “Start” to start converting. After that, users just need to wait until conversion is completed. Then, click “Close” button to go back to the main interface:
Now, we can see the originally selected FAT32 partition has become NTFS partition. That is to say users have been successful to convert FAT32 partition to NTFS partition by using this Windows 7 partition manager.
If users also want to convert file system by using this Windows 7 partition manager, download it right now. Both downloading and converting are quite easy.