To keep Windows 7 run effectively and maximize performance, users often need to edit partitions, like create partition, format partition, and extend partition. To complete this series of partition operations well, users need to download an excellent Windows 7 partition editor from the internet, and MiniTool Partition Wizard is most suggested.
Some users may think they can make use of system built-in Disk Management tool to edit partitions rather than download third-party Windows 7 partition editor, but they will be disappointed a lot after knowing defects of this tool. Next, let's compare Windows 7 built-in Disk Management tool with the third-party partition editor MiniTool Partition Wizard.
This is the main window of Windows 7 snap-in Disk Management tool, from which we can see some basic partition management functions, including "Open", "Explore", "Mark Partition as Active", "Change Drive Letter and Paths…", "Format…", "Extend Volume…", "Shrink Volume…", etc. Nevertheless, all these are basic partition management functions, and some of them even have defects. To be specific, this tool can not complete advanced but commonly seen partition management operations, like move partition, split partition, merge partitions, copy partition, wipe partition, and recover partition. Moreover, when there is no unallocated space or free space after and adjacent to the partition which needs extending, the function "Extend Volume…" will not work.
Then, let's see functions of MiniTool Partition Wizard, which will show users downloading Windows 7 partition editor to edit partitions is a quite wise choice.
This is the main interface of MiniTool Partition Wizard. As long as we select a partition in the main interface, all-sided partition management functions will emerge in action panel, including:
Advanced partition management operations: "Merge Partition", "Split Partition", "Copy Partition", "Align Partition", "Check File System", "Hide/Unhide Partition", "Change Cluster Size", "Wipe Partition", and so on.
These functions can meet almost all demands for editing Windows 7 partitions. Therefore, third-party partition editor is better than system built-in Disk Management tool. If users are troubled by partition problems in Windows 7, download this Windows 7 partition editor to help solve problems via editing partitions reasonably.