Saturday, April 6, 2013

Free partition magic is recommended to manage partitions on Windows


For ordinary users, Windows built-in disk management tool is usually used to manage partitions, which is able to format partition, delete partition and create new partition. Those are only some basic operations. If users want to split partition, extend partition flexibly, move partition, wipe partition, professional Windows partition magic should be used. And the Windows partition magic freeware downloaded from http://www.partitionwizard.com/  is a pretty good choice.

The recommended free partition magic has many unmatched features.
1.       Comprehensive functions: all basic operations which are realized with Windows disk management tool can also be realized with the free partition magic; besides, it is able to carry out many advanced partition management operations, for example, extending partition freely, wiping partition, copying partition, converting FAT to NTFS. Those functions are shown on its main interface, as follows.

2. High compatibility: Home Edition is free for users and it supports common Windows operating systems including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. And its Server edition supports Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012 and ordinary Windows operating systems.

3. Simple operations: the free partition magic is easy to operate. We'll demonstrate it by extending partition.
Select the target partition (Partition E: for example) and click "Extend Partition" function. The following interface will be shown.

We can take free space from any one partition listed in the drop-down list. Here, we select Partition I: and drag the button rightwards, as follows.

Then click "OK" to go back to the main interface.

We can see Partition E: is extended and Partition I: is shrunk. Please click "Apply" button to execute the operation, finishing extending partition.

Having so many advantages, this free partition magic will be the best choice for partition management.

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