Q: I have a 1 TB MyBook external hard drive. It is an Apple device and also large USB hard drive. I don’t would like to use the overly forced-upon NTFS format, and want to format it to FAT32 on Windows 8 computer. But Windows 8 only supports NTFS and exFAT. I find that most FAT32 apps only format up to 32GB. Is there a way to solve the problem?
A: I also need to Format 1 TB Samsung hard drive to FAT32 on Windwos 8 Pro. A software fat32formatter made by TOKIWA offers a way to format any size drive larger than 32GB to FAT32. It works on Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7. You can set and delete partitions without installation or DLLs file.