NTFS to FAT32 Wizard Free
Everything on your computer, even the slightest visual element takes up space on your hard disk drive. After long years of storage technology development, file systems have evolved to allow larger files to be moved around faster and other bonuses. Conversion is also available and can serve various purposes, with applications like NTFS to FAT32 Wizard Free being a suitable example.
Simple, yet intuitive interface
Running the application brings up a clean and intuitive interface, with little functions, but helpful support so you don't get stuck along the way. There are only several steps you need to take in order to get the job done, with the result being flawlessly delivered.
Quick and flawless conversion
The application's specialization is to convert volumes under the NTFS file system to its predecessor, namely FAT32. However, there is an integrated option to trigger the reverse, but it's done with the help of tools Windows comes equipped with.
Unfortunately, there's no built-in feature that enables you to create a backup of your data in case unexpected events occur, although the result during several tests in both scenarios always delivered a flawless result.
Suitable for specialized testing
Regardless of your initial choice, the following steps are the same, on the algorithm used reflecting your selection. The application's features only work on external drive volumes, without the possibility to apply them on hard disk drive volumes, even if they don't have the operating system deployment.
One might question the application's practicability since the FAT32 file system only supports a maximum size of 4 GB, as well as a limited number of characters a file's name can hold. Needless to say that it is still used, with applications being developed so a quick conversion is a neat method of testing.
To sum it up, NTFS to FAT32 Wizard Free manages to live up to expectations in providing a clean and safe conversion, without affecting files, nor the volume itself. It greatly comes in handy for testing purposes and you can reverse the process once you're done, thanks to the implemented function that enables this.