Speed ​​up your hard disk drive

The type of PC hard disk format is determined by the system file. In fact, the file system manages how data is recorded on the hard disk. Windows uses three types of system files to manage information in the hard disk: the first type, called FAT or File Allocation Table, was used by DOS and Windows operating systems (up to Windows 95). This formatting method was also known as FAT 16. Because it worked on 16-bit data. The second was called FAT 32, which was released by Windows 98. This method is distinct from FAT 16 and enables the user to manage more than 2 GB of information on their hard drives. The third and last method of data entry on the hard disk, NTFS (NT File System), was used by Windows NT, 2000, and XP. This method is more stable than FAT16 and 32 FAT, and has a significant impact on the use of the maximum useful disk space for storing information. Right-click My Computer to see the type of file system of your hard drive, and then select Properties.
To view all the disks and partitions, click on Start, and then right-click My Computer, then Manage, and then click Disk Management. In this section, you can see the type of system file for each partition or hard disk to determine which operating system your system uses to manage hard disk information. Since the use of NTFS, instead of FAT, has many advantages. If your hard drive is still FAT-based, it’s best to change it to NTFS. Of course, users who still use Windows9x can not do this and should use 32 FATs. You can do this using the Windows Command Prompt or the Partition Magic software. Read the step by step article at the same time, what you are asked forDo it. Of course, before you start, make sure you back up your programs.

Step-by-Step Guide: You can do this
in Steps 1 through 3 using the command line and in Steps 4 through 6 using Partition Magic. 
You can change NTFS partitioning based on FAT32. 
Without harming your computer data. Still, keep a back up of the information on your computer to make sure you do not miss something. 
1. Click Start and then click RUN. In the Open bar, enter the Cmd. Then click OK to open the Windows Command Prompt window. 
2. Be sure to enter the name of the drive or partition you want to convert instead of {Volume}. In this case, we will, by default, convert the drive E to the command line, then Convert E: FS: NTFS, then press Enter to execute the command.
3. You must also have the operating system’s volume label on your drive. This is the name that you assign to a partition. Enter it and press Enter. It may take a bit of a conversion process. As soon as this process is complete, you will be presented with a report of the empty space available on the hard disk. 
4. If you do not have a relationship with the command line, you can use Partition Magic. In this program, all the drives and partitions of your system will be visible.
5. Again, we will make the E drive hypothetically. This drive is now based on FAT32 and is supposed to change to NTFS. Now, select the partition you want to convert, and then select Convert Partition to the left.Now enter the type of system file you want to use and then click OK. Partition Magic-6 will not change anything, unless you click on the green button in the lower left corner. 
After that, you will see the conversion steps and eventually you may need to boot your PC one time

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