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Partition for windows vista 64bit

  • Referring 64bit operating system, user would immediately be reminded of its excellent features and incompatibility over a lost of software. Though 64bit operating system provides compatibly mode for software under 32bit operating system, numerous software still fails to run normally under 64bit system. Most prominently, the drivers of computer hardware devices which run perfectly under 32bit operating system but fails to supports 64bit operating system. As another operating system after Windows XP, Windows Vista bears rich interfaces and various functions and surpassed Windows XP in many aspects of performance. However, there is still a fatal defect for Windows Vista, namely, the built-in disk management tool which falls short of user demand to perform all kinds of operations up disk partition. Therefore, I would like to recommend user a third-party partition manager - MiniTool Partition Wizard.

    MiniTool Partition Wizard is able to wipe partition, resize partition, merge partition, create partition, delete partition, format partition, convert partition format, copy partition, etc.

    Windows Vista 64 bit
    Developed by Microsoft in 2005, Windows Vista inherits the windows feature of Microsoft Windows operating systems. Windows Vista includes 32bit and 64bit operating system:

    Five editions of 64bit Windows Vista
    1. Windows Vista Home Basic
    2. Windows Vista Home Premium
    3. Windows Vista Business
    4. Windows Vista Enterprise
    5. Windows Vista Ultimate

    Change cluster size with MiniTool Partition Wizard under 64bit Windows Vista
    To change cluster under Windows Vista, user should first download MiniTool Partition Wizard at MiniTool Partition Wizard Download Center.
    Then user would come to following interface after running MiniTool Partition Wizard:

    Select and right click the desired partition, then click "Change Cluster Size" under "Modify" menu.

    This shows the current cluster size of partition, user could change cluster size by clicking and then choosing desired size in the drop-down menu.

    Choose 4, for example, then click "Yes".

    Lastly, click "Apply" to execute pending operation.

    Click "Yes" to confirm changes.

    Now computer needs restarting since the partition we performed is system partition. Click "Restart Now" to restart computer. Then all changes will be made under DOS and information will be given when cluster size is successfully changed.