With the development of computer technology, some file systems can not support large files because of their own defects. For instance, game programs are becoming larger and larger for the sake of more gorgeous operation interface, and they can not be stored in our computers, perhaps. Many users may consider that there is something wrong with hardware configuration. Actually it hardware configuration is not the only matter to blame. The file system of the partition where the software is installed may not support the files which are so large. At this time, we need to convert file system of the partition. File system is a system responsible for organizing and allocating file memory space, storing files and protecting and retrieving the stored files. File systems can be classified into FAT, NTFS, ext2, ext3, ext4, HFS, HFS+, etc and every file system has its own features. If the file system is FAT32, we need to convert FAT32 to NTFS in order to store files more than 4 GB, because the maximum file that FAT32 support is 4GB. But the maximum file supported by NTFS is 64GB. Therefore, we should convert FAT32 to NTFS to store files more than 4GB.
NTFS - the best choice
What's the difference
between FAT32 and NTFS? Why should we convert FAT32 to NTFS? Is there any
benefit? As a matter of fact, compared with FAT32, the significant feature of
NTFS is security. NTFS guarantees the security of server or workstation.
Meanwhile, NTFS is a restorable file system which possesses self-repairing
function, so NTFS partition users hardly run disk repair program. When system
failure occurs, NTFS will automatically recover file system consistency with log
files and checkpoint information. Moreover, we can set permission authorities
for sharing resources, files and folders. In addition, NTFS adopts smaller
cluster, which improve disk space management efficiency. It also provides
functions like disk compression, data encryption, disk quota, dynamic disk management and so on. Therefore, many users would like to convert FAT32 to
NTFS. Then how to convert FAT32 to NTFS without losing data? Complicated
commands are needed if we convert FAT32 to NTFS with the function built in
operating system. For users who are not familiar with command operations, it is
difficult and bothering because partition data losses may be resulted from
careless operations. However, there is an alternative solution. With the
professional partition magic, MiniTool Partition Wizard, we can convert FAT32 to NTFS without losing data.
Professional partition magic-MiniTool Partition
MiniTool Partition Wizard is not only able to convert FAT32
to NTFS, but also copy partition, merge partition, create partition and resize partition, etc. Many users use
this partition magic to manage partitions and successfully convert FAT32 to NTFS
without losing data because the partition magic operation is simple.
First, launch the partition magic and the main interface of MiniTool
Partition Wizard will be shown. We can see some partition information including
file system, partition size, partition use information, etc.
In this interface, take Partition F: for an example. If we want to convert FAT32
to NTFS without losing data, select Partition F: and click "Convert
FAT to NTFS" in "Operations" area to enter the
Click "Start" to convert FAT32 to NTFS. Wait for a while, and
converting FAT 32 to NTFS without losing data will be finished.
demonstration, only that convert FAT32 to NTFS by employing the function
"Convert FAT to NTFS" is introduced. The partition magic
MiniTool Partition Wizard also has many other functions of partition
management. It is the best tool for users to optimize disk partition. The
partition magic and more related information can be got on the official website