As we know there are much many partition formatting tools in the market, and much of partition management software has the functions of formatting partitions. Besides, there is individual-function software designed for formatting partitions. Therefore, we have so many choices, and it is difficult for us to select an excellent partition formatting tool. After all, some of them are inferior partition formatting tools, and inferior tool may lead to many problems:
1. Some users try converting file system and adjusting cluster size
by formatting the partition, but partition properties do not change after
2. Data in one partition are emptied and the partition is also damaged at the same time after formatting it. Repeating formatting is unable to make the partition normal.
3. The partition is shrunk after formatted.
problems are common in the process of formatting partitions. Thus it can be
seen, if we do not select an outstanding partition formatting tool, formatting
operations will become much troublesome although it is easy to format partitions
with partition formatting tool. The formatting function of MiniTool Partition Wizard can help us clear up all obstructs in the process of formatting
partitions, thereby helping us accomplish partition formatting successfully.
Here the steps for u, formatting partition with MiniTool Partition Wizard, easily.
First select a partition you would like to format. There are three ways to
format a chosen partition:
a. Select Formatin the menu Partition.
b. Click Format button in the Tool Bar.
c. Select the button Format Partition under the group Partition
Operations in the Action Panel.
When using this function, you need to reset the drive letter and Cluster
Size of the new partition. The scope of Cluster Size is 512 Bytes, 1KB, 2KB,
4KB, 8KB, 16KB, 32KB, 64 KB. We usually recommend you use the default size. When
you use the default, Partition Wizard will work out the proper Cluster Size
according to the size of the partition.
Attention: Formatting will
destroy all the data on the chosen partition. If the system partition or start
partition is formatted, the current OS will not boot properly.