Convert FAT32 File System to NTFS Without Formatting Drive

if you Want to Convert FAT32 File System to NTFS  without deleting your data  easily and safely for this we provide an easy solution to convert FAT32 to NTFS filesystem.

For converting FAT32 to NTFS, you have to follow these necessary to convert FAT32 to NTFS.

Actually mostly computer users like to convert FAT file system(FAT12/FAT16/FAT32) to NTFS file system because NTFS is more powerful with more advanced features in performance, security, reliability than FAT.

NTFS has several improvements over FAT such as improved support for metadata and the use of advanced data structures to improve performance, reliability, and disk space utilization, plus additional extensions such as security access control lists and file system journaling.


To convert a FAT volume to NTFS from the command prompt, follow these tips:

1. Open Command Prompt. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Command Prompt.

2. In the command prompt window, type: convert drive_letter: /fs:ntfs

Note: Once you convert FAT to NTFS, you cannot simply convert it back to FAT or FAT32. You will need to reformat the drive or partition which will erase all data, including programs and personal files, on the partition.

Convert FAT to NTFS without Data Loss in an Easier and Safer Way

Changing a volume’s existing file system can be time – consuming. Since not all computer users are computer experts, it’s definitely a difficult task for those who are not familiar with command line. Then, an easier and safer solution is needed to convert FAT to NTFS.

 Windows 10 is supported

1. Select a FAT12/16/32 partition.

2. Right-click the partition and select Convert to NTFS.

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3. The pop-up dialog box will show the source and destination file system, click “OK” to continue.

You may also do it by right-clicking the mouse.

You can also Watch our Video to Convert FAT32 File System to NTFS File System Without Formatting your drive.



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