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Free windows 7 partition manager

  • With the sales of Windows XP ending and the formal release of Windows 7, the large market occupancy of Windows XP will be history forever and we are to embrace the brand-new age of Windows 7, which integrates the merits of the easy-to-use Windows XP, eye-pleasing Windows Vista as well as trend-setting Mac OS X. Though excellent, Windows 7 operating system needs plenty of disk space. Hence, user may fall into insufficient disk space situation where user must turn to third-party Windows 7 partition manager to help manage partition. Speaking of free Windows 7 partition manager, MiniTool Partition Wizard is my top recommendation.

    Features included on Windows 7
    1. Easier-to-use: Windows 7 is added with many user-facilitating designs, such as quick maximization, half screen and quick system error reparation, etc.
    2. Faster: booting speed is greatly reduced on Windows 7.
    3. Simpler: Windows 7 makes the search and using information simpler, including local, network and internet search functions.
    4. Safer: Windows 7 expands the data protection and data management to peripheral devices, improving the role-based computer plan and user account management, bridging data protection and strong cooperation as well as launching enterprise-level data protection and right permission.
    5. Better connection: Windows further strengthens mobile working ability to allow any device to access data and application at anytime in anywhere.

    Create partition for Windows with MiniTool Partition Wizard
    Here is a demo on create new partition with our free Windows 7 partition manager.
    First, download MiniTool Partition Wizard at https://www.partitionwizard.com/ for free and then install it to computer. Launch MiniTool Partition Wizard to create new partition:

    This is the main interface of MiniTool Partition Wizard. To create a new partition, please first compress the disk to spare unallocated space for new partition. So click "Move/Resize" to activate next interface.

    Adjust the unallocated size in this window by dragging the scrollbar. After setting, click "OK".

    Now after backing to main interface, an unallocated space can be clearly seen.
    Next, click this unallocated space and then click "Create" at the toolbar.

    Set partition properties such as partition size, file system, cluster size and much more at will, and then click "OK".

    Last, click "Apply" to execute all pending operations employed by both resizing and creating partition to successfully create a new partition on Windows 7 with our partition manager MiniTool Partition Wizard.