Windows 7, the newest operating system released after Windows XP, has manifested fantastic performances in many aspects over Windows XP. Currently the market occupancy competition between Windows XP and Windows 7 is growing vigorously. Now that Windows 7 exceeds Windows XP in light of performance, why do many insist on using Windows XP? The reason is that Windows XP users are contented with all services provided by Windows XP and have little interest trying new system in fear of its maturity and stability. While there are still some who, on one side, remain reluctant to convert operating system and on the other side are curious about the new feature and functions of Windows 7. Therefore, they are considering installing dual operating systems, Windows XP and Windows 7, on their computer. However, they may always sink into such a situation in which they don't have enough disk space for installing new operating system. In this regard, I would like to recommend user an outstanding partition magic software, MiniTool Partition Wizard, to help realize this operation.
MiniTool Partition Wizard guarantees data security
Plenty of users, when employing MiniTool Partition Wizard to manage disk partition especially under Windows 7 which is new to them, are haunted by diverse concerns including fear of the partition magic software performance, worry of Windows 7 and most importantly data security. With proud, MiniTool Partition Wizard developer has considered this issue and worked out a win-win method in user's perspective. While offering comprehensive disk management, MiniTool Partition Wizard still attaches great importance to security aspect by offering data protection in abrupt power supply failure circumstance and allowing user to discard every performed operation.
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Launch MiniTool Partition Wizard:
In this interface user could clearly notice that the unallocated space on hard disk is inadequate for installing a new operating and we should spare more free space for the unallocated space by clicking a adjacent partition, I: for example, and click "Move/Resize" at the toolbar.
Drag right-oriented arrow from the right to left or entering values in the textboxes below to shrink this partition, then click "OK".
Now in this preview interface, user can see the unallocated space volume has been enlarged to be capable of installing a new operating system. Last, click "Apply" to realized all pending operations.