Windows 7 is a revolutionary operating system developed by Microsoft with unprecedented features to simplify, quicken the daily use of out computer and offer an efficient work environment for user. Windows 7 features in ease of use, fast speed, excellent safety performance, low cost and better link. Moreover, Windows 7 uses UAC, the same drive mode of Vista, touch function, Aero special effect, etc. Therefore, Windows 7 is praised as another classical operating system after Windows XP. Regrettably, the build-in disk management tool of Windows 7 still merely possesses too limited disk management function to satisfy the increasing needs of computer user's. For example, resize the logical position of partition without data damage and merge partition. Indisputably, data safety is the most concerned issue of every computer and every user wants to efficiently manage his partition. Initially when we bough a computer, we don't have any idea about how to partition the disk. Therefore, the partition mode, with the elapse of time, would be perceived as unreasonable and we want to reset partitions by dividing a large partition into several small ones, merging partition or converting partition file systems. To realize those operations, user needs a third-party partition manager, such as MiniTool Partition Wizard, since the system build-in disk management tool couldn't finish those operations.
Obtain MiniTool Partition Wizard
User should first download MiniTool Partition Wizard at MiniTool Partition Wizard Download Center and then install it to computer.
User would come to following main interface after running MiniTool Partition Wizard.
Select a desired partition to be merged and click "Merge" at the toolbar.
In this interface, the partition marked in red suggests the previously selected partition, click "Next".
In this interface, please select another neighboring partition to be merged and enter a file name for this partition in the textbox below, then click "Finish".
Lastly, click "Apply" to execute pending operation. Thus, those partitions would be perfectly merged without data loss.