Partition Manager

  cryptogram 14 Sep 11
Locked

I've got an old copy of Paragon Partition Manager (v.8) which I've used in the past perfectly satisfactorily. I went to use it on a friend's PC to alter the relative sizes of partitions and I could not properly do this. When I thought about it I wondered whether it could alter the partitions on a PC on which it was, itself, loaded. However, I'm sure I've done this on my own PC. Am I not thinking correctly?

  canarieslover 14 Sep 11

Download Easeus Partition Manager as this will work with Win 7 as well.Easeus Free Just make certain that you click on the free version.

  buteman 14 Sep 11
  robin_x 14 Sep 11

Ditch old copies and download new. All the free ones have improved.

Partition Wizard 7 will schedule C:\ tasks etc on reboot. Or use the Bootable CD version for non-booting systems. An essential Tool.

(Note: I never managed to get Easeus Boot CD (PE) working. It should be as good as Partition Wizard. Maybe it was just me.)

Advertisement

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

Should I upgrade to Windows 10? 8 reasons why you should upgrade to Windows 10... and 2 why you…

We are being sold the ability to spend money we don't have. And we love it

IKinema aims to banish droopy shoulders and wonky spines in animated CG characters

How to use Apple Music in the UK: Complete guide to Apple Music's features

We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you continue to use this site, we'll assume you're happy with this. Alternatively, click here to find out how to manage these cookies

hide cookie message