Winodows tablet is now more and more popular, however, limited to the price cost and technology, the mainstream tablets on the market now is almost 32/64GB storage. Minus the software itself in the disk, the available storage will be less and less.
Plus a high speed TF card is a good option to increase the storage, nonetheless all the TF cards are with Fat or Fat32 format, which can not be used to install some programs in it on the windows system. Today we will try to change the TF card to SSD stroage on your windows tablet.
|Test Subject||iSurface Pro|
|TF Card Type||SanDisk C10 32GB/Fat32|
iSurface Pro could be a better tablet with storage over 32GB. Disk C on the tablet is now only 14GB left without any user applications installed. And we will use the SanDisk C10 32GB card to try in this guide.
32GB Card is just a sample, actually iSurface Pro can support 128GB TF card extended. With same method you can change 128GB TF card to SSD storage.
Better using High Speed TF Card like SanDisk/Kingston C10 card, in favour of Read/Write in the system.
|System||Windows 8.1/Android 4.4 KitKat|
|Processor||Intel Bay Trail Z3735F 64bit Quad Core 1.8GHz|
|Storage||2GB Ram 32GB Storage|
|TF Card Extened||Up to 128GB|
|Screen||10.1-inch HD IPS|
|Port||1. 3.5mm Earphone Jack
2. HDMI Port
3. TF Card Slot
4. Micro USB Port
5. USB 2.0 Port
6. 2.5mm Charging Jack
8. Magentic Keyboard Jack
|Features||1. Windows/Android Dual OS
3. Full Ports Supported
4. Free Magentic Keyboard Flip Case