Convert NTFS to Ext4 in Windows like a pro with a little bit of help from Bobcares.
At Bobcares, we offer solutions for every query, big and small, as a part of our Server Management Service.
Let’s take a look at how our Support Team recently helped a customer convert NTFS to Ext4 in Windows without running into any trouble.
About converting NTFS to Ext4 in Windows
If you are looking for a way to convert an NTFS partition to Ext4, a Linux file system, you have come to the right place. Especially, since you will not see the option when you check Disk Management. Fortunately, our Support Team has a way around this particular issue.
We can use third-party software to format NTS to Ext4. While there are several third-party software tools for this, we are going to use AOMEI Partition Assistant Standard in this scenario.
It has an easy-to-use user interface and offers several other features as well like making a Windows bootable USB drive, creating multiple partitions on a USB drive, and so on.
How to convert NTFS to Ext4 in Windows
Before we download AOMEI Partition Assistant it is a good idea to back up all files on the partition to avoid data loss. After downloading AOMEI Partition Assistant, we will install It and run it. Then, we will proceed as seen below:
- First, we will locate the NTFS partition in the main partition and select Format Partition
- Then, we have to select Ext4 from the pop-up dialog box, We can also add a partition label as well as change the cluster size if required. After that, we will click Ok.
- Next, we will click Proceed under Apply to confirm after reviewing the operation.
Once we have completed the above steps, the NTFS partition conversion will take place successfully in no time.
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To sum up, the skilled Support Engineers at Bobcares demonstrated how to convert NTFS to Ext4 in Windows with ease.