System partition stores the files of operating system which plays a vitally important role on every computer. All properties of system partition would directly affect the overall performance of computer and the file system of system partition determines the access speed of system over disk data. Moreover, system partition should have sufficient space to store temporary files generated by all kinds of operations. Prompt information would popup to inform user the disk space is insufficient. This time, user should employ a third-party partition manager to increase more free disk space for the system partition. Speaking of partition manager, I would like to recommend MiniTool Partition Wizard.
Introduction MiniTool Partition Wizard
MiniTool Partition Wizard runs perfectly under both 32 and 64bit
Windows operating systems such as Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows
2003, Windows server 2003, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 2008 and
supports file systems like FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS4, NTFS5.
Mostly importantly, MiniTool Partition Wizard is totally free for home and
personal users. furthermore, MiniTool Partition Wizard boasts of various
powerful functions including increase partition, extend partition, wipe partition, resize partition, merge partition, create partition, delete partition, format partition, convert partition format, copy partition, hide partition, explore partition, change drive letter to meet user's high
Increase system partition size with
MiniTool Partition Wizard
User could download MiniTool Partition
Wizard at MiniTool Partition Wizard Download Center for free and then install it to computer.
After running MiniTool Partition Wizard, user would come to following
Select the system partition C:, then click "Move/Resize" to
This interface is for resetting system partition and user could adjust partition
size by dragging the left and right arrows or entering accurate values in the
textboxes. After setting, click "OK" to return to main
Lastly, click "Apply"
to execute pending operation. thus, the system partition would be successfully
increased without data loss.