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1. Can Windows 7 built-in Disk Management resize Windows 7 partition?
2. EaseUS Partition Master VS Disk Management Built-in Windows 7
3. How to resize Windows 7 partition with EaseUS Partition Master?
Windows 7 is the Windows OS of Microsoft. Are you planning to install Windows 7 now or just migrate to Windows 7 for a dual-boot system? Have you prepared a free partition manager in your toolkit for better Windows 7 administration? Say, create a new partition to install Windows 7, or extend the full system partition for a smooth Windows 7 running of, etc. By the way, you may also make a Windows 7 dual boot with Windows XP or Vista.
Yes. But there is no obvious improvement of Disk Management Tool in Windows 7 and it is same as Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 with so many limitations in disk management. (Please refer to the comparison table below)
So some advanced partition management in Windows 7 is still unavailable when you find your system partition is out of space which will be in red as below:
In this condition, people have to seek best partition manager software for Windows 7 32 bit and 64 bit and Windows 8. EaseUS Partition Master, a comprehensive free hard disk partition manager and system optimization software for Windows-based administration, works well with Windows 7 32 bit and 64 bit.
|Features||EaseUS Partition Master||Windows 7 Disk Management|
|Resize dynamic volume|
|Copy dynamic volume, copy disk/partition|
|Extend NTFS system partition without reboot|
|Create, delete, format, change drive letter, set active|
|Hide, label, check partitions|
|delete all partitions|
|Create WinPE bootable disk|
|Support GPT disk|
As a matter of fact, the only disadvantage of Disk Management built-in Windows 7 or other Windows systems is that it can not resize the partition. That's the main reason why the partition software for Windows 7 exists. The following part will give you a demonstration of how to resize partition under Windows 7.
So that's the main differences between EaseUS Partition Master and Disk Management built-in Windows 7. You may check more detailed features of EaseUS Partition Master.
Here are two solutions for this with EaseUS free partition manager.
Solution 1: Windows 7 Partition Management
EaseUS Partition Master runs well on Windows 7 and Windows 8. Say, it enables you to repartitin hard drive, extend the system partition, Create, Delete, Resize/Move, Copy, Merge, Split or Format partition and even migrate OS to HDD/SSD.
1. Download and launch EaseUS Partition Master.
It there is no enough space, you have to decrease one of partitions to gain the unallocated space.
2. Select partition E:, and click "Resize/Move partition" and then move it to let the unallocated space be behind the system partition.
3. Right click the system partition (C: drive) and select "Resize/Move partition" to extend the C: drive. Click Apply.
For more detailed information, please visit resizing and moving partitions.
Solution 2: Windows 7 Partition Management by Creating Bootable CD
The other safe way for managing Windows 7 Partition is to make a bootable CD of partition software. Some partition software like EaseUS Partition Master Professional Edition and its higher editions can create WinPE bootable disk for users to perform advanced partition management before Windows 7 starts.
Besides partition manager features, EaseUS Partition Master also provides some other features like Partition Recovery Wizard to recover deleted or lost partitions, Copy disk & partition wizard to upgrade or backup disk. This software also supports other Windows OS such as to be sued as Linux partition manager and no troubles will be met.
There is a shining point of EaseUS Partition Master: Though the Professional and Server Edition are both single license, if your computer has virtual system, they can be installed in all virtual system as well. That's really cool. And the following articles with hyperlink show you how to resize partition under different Windows systems: