Friday, August 17, 2012

Create Linux partition in 4k hard drive with MiniTool Partition Wizard.

Firstly, we need to visit the official website of MiniTool Partition Wizard to download it and install. After that, launch it to enter main interface:

In this interface, select the unallocated space in 4K hard drive, and click on "Create Partition" option at the left:

In this interface, we can set partition properties. Now, select the file system as "Linux Swap":

After setting file system as "Linux Swap", we will find the software has changed the partition size to 512GB as default. At this time, we can't expand this partition anymore. So we can get a conclusion that in 4K hard drive, the largest Linux Swap partition size is limited as 512GB. Click "OK" button to return:

At this time, we will find that there is a newly created Linux Swap partition of 512GB in the 4K hard drive. At last, click "Apply" button to execute operation.

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