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UEFI windows 7 partition management

UEFI is the recommended standard initiated by Intel for new type PC firmware architecture. This standard possessing significant advantages to the familiar PC BIOS, such as, more powerful error-correcting performance, better compatibility, more friendly UI and stronger expandability, is generally accepted and recognized as PC BIOS successor. Though almost perfect, nevertheless, worries still exist when users are hesitating whether they should employ this standard to boot OS, for instance, how to manage hard drive partitions under this standard. What I want to state here is that users should never have such kind of concerns. Let's take Windows 7 for example. After boot Windows 7 with UEFI, partition management can be realized by using a professional partition magic software supporting UEFI.

Partition management under UEFI-booted Windows
Speaking of partition magic software supporting UEFI and helping manage partitions under UEFI-booted Windows 7, MiniTool Partition Wizard must be the undeniable option. This partition magic software fully supports UEFI and boasts of a selection of easy-to-use partition management functions aiding users easily managing Windows 7 partitions. These functions include Format Partition, Move/Resize Partition, Extend Partition, Merge Partition, Split Partition, Copy Partition and Change Cluster Size, etc.

Download this partition magic software at https://www.partitionwizard.com/ and install it.
Launch this program to enter the main interface.
Select and right click any partition, and then you will see the function list as the below-exhibited image shows:



User can employ corresponding partition management functions and easily complete all common UEFI-booted Windows 7 partition management according to your Windows 7 partition management needs.

With incessant improvements, UEFI standard will inextricably be a tide and replace PC BIOS. MiniTool Partition Wizard, a UEFI-supported partition magic program, is the best helper for UEFI-booted Windows 7 partition management.

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