Partition manager is frequently employed during the course of using computer to properly manage disk partitions since disk partition is so crucial for computer. There being so many partition managers on market with distinctive functions and data-safety guarantees, how could user choose the best one? Here I would like to recommend user MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition.
How to select a proper partition manager?
A good partition manager would first resolve a series of partition problems for user, such as insufficient disk space. At this time, a partition manager could help unleash disk space by performing operations like resize partition, merge partition, create partition, delete partition, format partition, convert partition format, copy partition, etc.
Currently, there are a lot of partition managers in the IT market with diverse functions and features among which some are not compatible with multiple operating systems and some merely focus on solving problem of one specific disk format. Thus, user would be greatly confined to perform their desired operations. To make matter's worse, some lousy partition managers could probably result in data loss.
Now fortunately, as the release of MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition, user could be free from those concerns. MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition is developed by MiniTool Solution Ltd. with excellent stability and safety supporting FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS4, and NTFS5. What's more, MiniTool Partition Wizard is totally free for home and personal users.
This is the main interface of MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition where all partitions are displayed. User could notice a "*" letter in the red zone suggesting that this partition is not allocated with drive letter.
To change drive letter for this partition, user should select and right click this partition, then click "Change Letter".
In this window, user could select a new drive letter for this partition, "T" for example. After that, click "OK"
Now user could see the new drive letter of this partition. Still user could hide partition with this function.
Select "None" in the drop-down menu to hide partition. Then click "OK"
Lastly, click "Apply" to execute all pending operations. Likewise, user could allocate or hide drive letters for any partition.