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How to Change Unallocated Partition to NTFS

Updated on Dec 06, 2018 by Jean to Partition Master

Summary:
You may find many ways to convert unallocated space to NTFS partition, but using EaseUS Partition Master to free change unallocated partition to NTFS is the most recommended. Only one click can have the job done.

Need to Convert Unallocated Space to NTFS Partition

"I have three hard drives, C: Windows 7 installed, E: NTFS extra storage and F: NTFS extra storage & two unallocated partitions. Currently F: has a total capacity of 280GB of which 200GB is formatted to NTFS, and the remaining is unallocated with no data on this hard drive. I want to reallocate the space and make F: drive 100% NTFS drive. Is there a simple way to do this?"

It's easy to find a solution to meet such a demand as the user posted on sevenforums.com, and the typical way to change the unallocated partition to NTFS or other file systems like exFAT, FAT32, EXT2, and EXT3 is to assign a drive letter and the desired file system.

How to Create New NTFS Partition on Unallocated Partitions with EaseUS Partition Master

You may find many ways to turn unallocated space into an NTFS partition. However, nobody asks for a complex one. To help an easy job on this issue, we highly recommend EaseUS Partition Master, a third-party free partition software that allows to directly create a new usable partition (NTFS, FAT, FAT32, EXT2, EXT3) on the unallocated spaces.

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 Windows 10 is supported

Notice:
If you want to create a partition on an empty USB, SD card or external hard drive, connect it to your PC in advance.
 

Step 1: Launch EaseUS Partition Master

On the main window, right-click on the unallocated space on your hard drive or external storage device and select "Create".

Create partition on unallocated space

Step 2: Adjust the new partition size, file system, label, etc.

Set the size, partition label, drive letter, file system, etc. for the new partition and click "OK" to continue.

Set up new partition

Step 3: Confirm to create a new partition

Click on the "Execute Operation" button and confirm to create a new partition by clicking "Apply".

Confirm and keep all changes

In case that you don't need a separate NTFS partition, use the merge partitions feature in EaseUS Partition Master to combine the newly created NTFS partition with the other.