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MiniTool Partition Wizard


Publisher: MiniTool Solution Ltd.


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MiniTool Partition Wizard

Operating Systems:

Vista / Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 11

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The pioneer of free partition applications is MiniTool Partition Wizard Free Edition. Unlike other free partition managers, MiniTool provides more potent free functions to simplify disc use and secure the data on disc partition management.

Use this powerful but free partition manager for home users to manage their hard disc partitions such as partition resizing, copying, partition creation, partition deleting, format partition, partition conversion, partition explorations, hide partition, drive letters change, partition active configuration, disc converting to base disc, surface tests, and p-change operating procedures. The 32/64 bit Windows Operating System is supported by MiniTool Partition Wizard tools. Good luck!

Easy steps to create/delete partition. Format inaccessible discs and convert RAW to NTFS to restore your discs.

Shift partitions not adjacent to expand; increase C drive to delete alert low disc space.

Delete the data from the partition entirely and ensure that the deleted data cannot be retrieved by any solution for data recovery.

Without missing data, combine two partitions into one. For multiple space saving purposes split a disc into two partitions.

Convert FAT to NTFS easily, and do not destroy any data such that files greater than 4GB can be handled.

Copy the disc and partition non-system for immediate use free of charge. Using the Pro version when copying the OS disk/partition.

Measuring transmission speed (read & type) under different disc access scenarios such as random and sequential.

Search for the hard disk/partition to see whether read errors are found on the blocks when it takes too long to write the disc.

See properties in disc for unit name, size overall, fields of physics. View partition properties, file system details, etc. to know the use of the partition.

See if you need to free up storage space if the hard drive starts to load up with too much disc space.


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