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Partition Master 10.5
MBR disk & GPT disk conversion
16TB hard disk support
Microsoft has released Windows Vista in 2006 and 2007. Windows Vista is an operating system in several variations for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, tablet PCs, and media center PCs. Compared with the other Operating Systems in Windows family, Vista contains a new feature which allows users to resize partition without any additional software. Previously, resizing partition is only available by using additional resize partition software.
In consideration that most of people still do not know how to resize partition in vista. We would like to give you some directions as follows:
1) Click on the Start menu
2) Right click on Computer and click on Manage
3) You may get a User Account Control dialog here; just click Continue
4) In the left pane, open up the Storage category and click on Disk Management
5) Here, you will find your partitions on your disks. Right click on the partition you'd like to modify and it turns out a box
6) Click on Shrink Volume or Extend Volume and you will see a dialog box as below
7). In this dialog box, you can choose the exact amount of space you want to shrink. Just select your settings and click the Shrink button and resizing partition has been finished.
Though, Windows Vista has the ability to shrink and expand a partition, it cannot move partitions. Even if you can shrink a partition, you cannot expand other partitions until you move the unallocated space behind them. And how about the other Windows Operating Systems like Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003/2008 and Windows XP? You can just rely on partition software as we indicated before. Here we recommend EaseUS Partition Master Server Edition.
EaseUS Partition Master Server Edition works perfectly with hardware RAID and Windows Server 2000/2003/2008 and Non-Server 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7/8 (32 and 64) bit systems.