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Undo last operation

    Undoing last operation is used commonly in the routine computer operations. Many users will use to undo last operation. But the situation that < Ctrl+Z> can not be used is very common, especially in the operation on disk management in Windows system. The function of partition magic in windows is so elementary and complicated. So the third-party partition magic will be employed. MiniTool Partition Wizard is recommended here. It can help users undo last operation in any conditions. Even the button "Ctrl" or "Z" is broken; users can also undo last operation.

    How to Undo Last Operation by Using MiniTool Partition Wizard
    If operation mistake occurs in disk management, MiniTool Partition Wizard will provide two methods for users to undo last operation.
    1. Users can also use < Ctrl+Z> to undo last operation when running MiniTool Partition Wizard.
    2. If < Ctrl+Z> can be used for some reasons, there is a function key in the interface of software. Click it and it will undo last operation.

    MiniTool Partition Wizard is a Safe Partition Magic
    When managing disk, most users care about operation security, and it is most concerned by MiniTool Solution Ltd., developer of MiniTool Partition Wizard. In the research and development of MiniTool Partition Wizard, the developer formulated a high standard of safety. Finally it realizes preview of every step. And users decide all the operations. Through the preview in this partition magic, it can reduce misoperations. When mistake occurs, users can rectify it by using "Undo last changes" or "Discard all changes".
    More information about can be obtained on the official website:https://www.partitionwizard.com/

    The Procedures of Undo Last Operation by Using MiniTool Partition Wizard
    When using MiniTool Partition Wizard to manage disk, users may make mistakes because of carelessness, and undoing last operation is necessary. Take the misoperation on resizing partition for example. Please boot MiniTool Partition Wizard:

    If users want to shrink E: to expand C:, the correct operation procedures should be:
    1. Shrink E: and get the unallocated partition.
    2. Then change the location of partitions and make C: is adjacent to the unallocated partition, then C: can be expanded.
    However, if users expand D: carelessly, it is shown as the following picture:

    The operations marked with red box in action panel reveal that last resized partition is D:. And C: is the partition that needs to be expanded. So mistake occurs and users can click "Undo" in toolbar to undo last operation. And the following picture will emerge:

    The operation pending in action panel shows that the misoperation has been undone and the unallocated partition shows in the list of partitions. Then, select C: and click "Move/Resize" to expand C:. When all operations are assured to be right, please click "Apply".
    Misoperation is very common and what users should do is to undo last operation. And the function "Undo" is necessary for undoing last operation in case of failure of < Ctrl+Z>. And MiniTool Partition Wizard makes it.