The upgrade of operating system always brings about surprises to computer users, including sensory effects and enhanced security performance, etc. Therefore, a considerable number of users are keen on converting their operating systems to Windows 7, attributing to the excellent performances embraced by vast users on its release. Yet the reality is that Windows 7, currently, is the most prominent operating system. An outstanding operating system is the first step for smooth computer operations and user should obtain a suite of partition magic software to efficiently and safely manage disk and data. In this regard, I would like to delightedly recommend user a free yet powerful partition magic software by the name of MiniTool Partition Wizard.
Partition magic software especially for 32-bit Windows 7
Many users employ 32-bit Windows 7, as most software is 32-bit and 32-bit operating system is enough for the daily use of computer. What's more, a sequence of software came to be compatible with 32-bit Windows, MiniTool Partition Wizard included. At present, MiniTool Partition Wizard has released the 7.0 edition, which not only supports Windows 7 but also experienced a great improvement in terms of function and security performance.
Let MiniTool Partition Wizard realize operations Windows 7 fails to complete
Every user using 32-bit Windows 7 may be fascinated and amazed by the user-friendly graphic user interface, powerful disk management functions and thoughtful security considerations. Nevertheless, in the meantime, user might have perceived some flaws on Windows 7. For instance, the newly-added disk management tool on Windows 7 providing volume expansion and volume compression functions is but an unsuccessful improvement, for it still fails to offer other frequently-needed disk management operations such as merge partitions. Thus, user should resort to third-party partition magic software to realize those operations. Talking about partition magic software, MiniTool Partition Wizard remains my top recommendation.
Partition 32-bit Windows 7 with MiniTool Partition Wizard partition magic software
User could download MiniTool Partition Wizard at http://www.partitionwizard.com for free and then install it to computer (this software merely takes up less than 20m disk space).
Launch the partition magic software to enter the main interface:
Note: an unallocated space is a must for creating new partition.
Select and right click the unallocated space, then click "Create" to activate next step.
In this window, user could set drive letter, file system, cluster size, partition size and location of the new partition. This function greatly simplifies the complicated process of creating new partition with system built-in disk management tool.
After setting, click "OK".
Now user can see a new partition is created on the disk. Click "Apply" to execute pending operation to genuinely create a new partition.
In addition, if unsatisfactory with partition settings, user could click "Undo" or "Discard" to cancel last step or all operations.