Even though there are so many choices of sharing partition manager in the present market, it is not easy to find a suitable one.
First, we should think about the security of partition manager. As we all know that we should be very careful while managing disk and partition. Once misoperation happens, we may face the problem like partition damage, data loss, or even system crash. In the present software market, there are too many uncertain factors that may lead to those disasters.
Besides security, we should also consider about the compatibility as well as function of one partition manager. As there are various operating systems, we should also think about the compatibility of one partition manager. If it is incompatible with the operating system we employ, we can avoid unnecessary work. In addition, function of one partition manager is also an important element we should think about.
If one partition manager is economic or not should also be considered. Expensive software can be unacceptable. To find a piece of free partition manager is the greatest.
With these factors, we can judge a partition manager is suitable or not. If you still feel it puzzling to pick a partition manager, let me recommend a great free partition manager for you. That is the MiniTool Partition Wizard developed by MiniTool Solution Ltd.. This is a piece of professional and secure free partition manager, offering users comprehensive partition management functions. What's more, it is free for family and individual users. No matter judge it from which aspect, this free partition manager is always the best choice for you. Next, let me show you a detailed demonstration for your better understanding.
Resize partition with free partition manager
Before we start, we can visit the website https://www.partitionwizard.com/ to download this free partition manager and install it. It is better to install it to other partition instead of the one we are about to deal with so that we can avoid the trouble of rebooting computer. Run it after that:
In main interface, select target partition to resize, and click "Move/Resize" button:
In this interface, we can drag the partition handle border to resize this partition.
After resizing, click "OK" button to return to main interface.
Back to main interface, we will find that the original partition has been resized. At last, click "Apply" button to execute. Then we will accomplish resizing work.
Through this demonstration, you must have been surprised by the simple operation of this free partition manager now. For more information, you can visit the official website.