What Software Do You Use to Format an SSD

I have a Dell XPS-13 laptop and I loaded Sage. The Sage PSQL DB hoses the SSD drive. So do you have any recommendations? Or what software do you use to format an SSD?

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Sherly· Answered on Dec 20, 2023

Actually, there are many tools that can help format an SSD. However, after my practice, three tools stand out. Some are built-in tools, and some are reliable free third-party tools. My recommendations are as follows:

EaseUS Partition Master

EaseUS Partition Master is a trustworthy free formatting tool. It allows you to format your SSD to NTFS/exFAT/FAT32/ext2/ext3/ext4 and other formats. Besides, it supports all Windows versions, so you don't have to worry about compatibility. As a reliable third-party tool, it has strong features; for example, it can format an SSD/hard drive/USB/SD card and other external hard drives; it can resize/delete/create/move partitions on your SSD to manage it better. For a newbie, its clear interface is friendly.

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Disk Management

Disk Management is a free disk tool provided by Microsoft in the Windows operating system to help Windows users manage disk partitions by themselves. Among its various disk management functions, formatting disk partitions is a popular and useful function that is widely used by many experienced users. It can format internal hard drives and SSDs as NTFS. However, it can't format the storage devices (larger than 32GB) to FAT32.

Command Prompt

Command Prompt is also a utility similar to Disk Management provided by Microsoft. It helps Windows power users handle the operating system's command line to create, delete, extend, shrink, and format hard drive partitions. Despite its complexity, the Command Prompt tool is more suitable for advanced and professional administrators.

You can choose one tool based on your requirements, but if you want to format an SSD smoothly and quickly, EaseUS Partition Master is a better choice. Hope it can help you.

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