Passcape Software has shipped Passcape ISO Burner 2.1 with a new option to format high capacity (>32GB) USB sticks to FAT32.
Windows can’t do this, but the developer explains “the program now uses its own code to format some USB sticks”.
This isn’t a good choice for general PC use, but Passcape suggests that it may “eliminate certain UEFI compatibility problems”, so if you’re having problems booting old PCs from a high capacity USB then it’s worth a look.
If you’re not interested in the idea, you can just ignore it, because one of the program’s pluses is it offers a full range of partition schemes: BIOS or UEFI CSM, FAT32 MBR for BIOS, FAT32 MBR for UEFI, NTFS MBR for BIOS, NTFS MBR for UEFI and NTFS MBR for GPT for UEFI (accept the default if you’ve no idea what these mean and it’ll probably work just fine).
Passcape ISO Burner 2.1 is free for non-commercial use and runs on Windows XP and later.