Windows Vista is issued by Microsoft in 2005 as the new operating systems after five years since the release of last operating system which still inherits the windows feature of Microsoft and offers over 100 new functions including GUI, AERO, Enhanced Windows Indexing Service, new media creation tools, redesigned network, audio, output and display subsystem. Vista has also utilized peer-to-peer technology to greatly improve the communication ability of computer system in family network and simplify the share of files and media content between computers and devices. In view of developer, Windows Vista uses .NET Framework 3.0 edition which compared with traditional Windows API is better for developer to write high quality programs. Nevertheless, Windows Vista still bears some drawbacks, for example, the build-in disk management tool which fails to meet the demands of user to perform various disk operations. Concerning for this, MiniTool Partition Wizard, a powerful yet safe partition manager is recommended for user.
Merge partition with MiniTool Partition Wizard under Windows Vista:
Before merging partition, insure that all software on those partitions to be merged is closed to avoid data loss or software failure and MiniTool Partition Wizard is installed into other locations instead of those partitions to be merged. Use would come to following interface after running MiniTool Partition Wizard:
This is the main interface of MiniTool Partition Wizard. Now we are to merge G: into F:. Now select F: and click "Merge" to enter setting interface.
Firstly, Select the disk where F: partition exists and then select F:. Click "Next" to enter next step.
Now select G: which is to be emerged and modify the folder name (this is the folder containing all data of this merged partition), then click "Finish".
Now some changes have been made in the main interface in comparison with precious one. Lastly, click "Apply" to execute all pending operations to finally merge partition.