3 Ways to Convert FAT32 to NTFS Windows 7


NTFS and FAT32 are the most common file system of Windows operating system. Before the emergence of NTFS, FAT32 was generally accepted as the most powerful file system to basically satisfy the needs of users. With the rapid development of information era, FAT32 gradually lost its competition. For instance, you may have found that individual files over 4GB are too large to be stored on FAT32 partition.
However, nowadays files over 4GB are very common, which consequently requires a more powerful file system for data management. And NTFS, which offers higher security, recoverability, flexible compression, and user permission, is such kind of a file system that can manage huge files and satisfy most users' needs. Hence, more and more users need to convert FAT32 to NTFS in Windows 10/8/7.

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