How to Change Disk Type in Windows 10
Windows 10 offers a disk type feature that enables you to change the type of disk you are currently using. Whether you’re upgrading from an older version of Windows or just want to switch from a standard disk to a solid-state drive, you can use this feature to manage your disk type. Here’s a guide to changing disk type in Windows 10.
Step 1: Open the Start Menu
The first step is to open the Start menu. You can do this by clicking the Windows icon in the bottom left corner of the screen.
Step 2: Go to the Control Panel
In the Start menu, scroll down to the bottom and select Control Panel. This will open a window with a wide array of options.
Step 3: Select System and Security
In the Control Panel, select the System and Security option. This will open a window with several different options related to your system.
Step 4: Select Administrative Tools
In the System and Security window, select the Administrative Tools option. This will open a window with several different tools to manage your system.
Step 5: Select Computer Management
In the Administrative Tools window, select the Computer Management option. This will open a window with several different options related to managing your computer.
Step 6: Select Disk Management
In the Computer Management window, select the Disk Management option. This will open a window with several different options related to managing your disks.
Step 7: Select the Disk You Want to Change
In the Disk Management window, select the disk you want to change. This will open a window with several different options related to the selected disk.
Step 8: Select the Change Type Option
In the window with the selected disk, select the Change Type option. This will open a window with several different options for changing the type of the disk.
Step 9: Select the Disk Type You Want to Change To
In the Change Type window, select the type of disk you want to change to. This could be a standard disk, solid-state drive, or some other type of disk.
Step 10: Confirm the Change
After you have selected the disk type you want to change to, click OK to confirm the change. This will change the disk type of the selected disk.
Step 11: Close the Windows
Once you have changed the disk type, you can close all of the windows and you will be back at the Start menu.
Congratulations! You have successfully changed the disk type in Windows 10. This feature is a great way to manage your disks and can help you get the most out of your system