Format your hard drive in FAT32
January 26, 2018
Formatting allows us to prepare hard drives and other memory units for the storage of data and this process generally includes the creation of a file system to organize the disk’s surface. In Windows operating systems, the most usual file system formats are FAT32 and NTFS.
fat32format provides the user with an easy-to-use interface, which is much faster and simpler than the operating system’s native tool, to help us to format hard drives of over 32 gigabytes with the FAT32 file system.
Format your hard drives and USB memories with a simple EXE file.
The most simple interface to format FAT32 disks
The FAT32 Format software is very easy to use thanks to its interface because before this program was published, the user needed to know how to access the command line of his computer to begin formatting a disk. Thanks to this tiny, extremely lightweight EXE file that doesn’t require an installation, we only have to indicate on the drop-down menu the unit we want to format and its capacity. From there on, the process will be fully automatic.
However, you have to bear in mind that since it’s a tool designed for Windows XP, although it works on all versions of the operating system designed by the guys at Redmond, it’s not compatible with SSD hard drives and neither does it work with DVD or CD units.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Windows XP.
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