More and more computer users are baffled by how to resize partition when a partition size is confined to allow limited size of files and software. However, most Windows operating systems don't support such function to resize partition and only by using third-party partition manager, MiniTool Partition Wizard for example, can those operations be performed flawlessly.
As the increasing use of computer, the disk partition
accumulates more and more fragmentary data, which consequently results in low
disk space and slower and slower operating speed. Generally, the system
partition is not too large and some software must be installed on system
partition, therefore the partition free space will be smaller and smaller which
would result in slow operating speed of partition and software.
user do to resolve this situation? Delete partition data? User should never do
this since such operation would consequently lead to computer failure or system
crash. Then should we reinstall operating system or repartition disk? Such
operations are too complicated too probably bring about data loss.
Fortunately, now we have MiniTool Partition Wizard, a powerful partition
manager, to simplify all procedures even in circumstance where no operating
system is available without repartitioning disk attributing to the powerful
functions of MiniTool Partition Wizard. What's more, user will not encounter any
data loss while utilizing MiniTool Partition Wizard to wipe partition, resize partition, merge partition, create partition, delete partition, format partition, convert partition format, copy partition. Moreover, MiniTool
Partition Wizard supports partition formats like FAT12, FAT16, FAT32,
NTFS4, NTFS5 and possesses enhanced partition protection function. Most
importantly, MiniTool Partition Wizard is totally free for home and personal
How to obtain MiniTool Partition Wizard?
could download MiniTool Partition Wizard at the official website http://www.partitionwizard.com or by
clicking MiniTool Partition Wizard Download Center.
Select desired partition and click "Move/Resize" to resize
The scrollbar in the middle of this interface shows the partition with the
yellow part indicating the occupied space and the white part the unallocated
space. User could resize partition by dragging the left or right arrow or
directly entering accurate values into the textboxes below.
Lastly, click "Apply"
to execute pending operation or click "Undo" if any problem