It's no surprise a Windows forum won't help you with an Android issue.
Which version of Android are you running? Find that in Settngs>About Device. More recent versions - Android 6 and upwards, you have to decide whether the micro SdCard is to be for Storage or Portable. Once you mae taht choice, only a Factory Reset so make sure you make the right choice.
If you're thinking of running Apps from the card, check each App because some can only run from the System disk.
Please understand that not all apps can be moved to your SD card. Some apps must be run on your internal storage in order to function.
In addition, as of Android 4.0, official SD card support was removed from Android devices. What this means is that any device running Android 4.0+ has varying degrees of compatibility when it comes to moving apps to your SD card, ranging from partial transfers to no transfers at all.
If your device is running Android 4.x or 5.x, it is very likely that you will not be able to move apps to your SD card. There are apps in the Play Store that can do this, but the vast majority of them require your device to be rooted.
This feature is returned (in a way) in Android 6.0+ in the form of adoptable storage. It functions by essentially turning your SD card into an extension of your internal storage; its capacity is added to your internal storage. There is no separation of internal and SD card here. For more information on this, please refer to the Android documentation for it.
You can't know until you try. There are instructions on how to try on this site and if you search as well. If it works, then you are good. If it doesn't, then your device doesn't support it or was blocked by the manufacturer.