The arrangement of the partition space in a system is very important. In order to promote the best performance from a system, we should do partition work on the hard disk.
As we all know, the C: drive is where the Operating System reside. The number of partitions in a hard disk depends on the user. In order to store the Operating System separately from other kinds of data, multiple partitions are created. One advantage of multiple partitions is that we can delete a single partition while retaining the rest of the data. Furthermore, multiple partitions allow computer users to quickly recover from viruses, root kits, and Trojan horses or an otherwise damaged, corrupt or compromised Operating System.
The disadvantages of multiple partitions are that they are difficult to manage. A Professional Partition Manager is a must. With the help of a Professional Partition Manager Software, we can perform partitioning work as an expert so that the performance of our computers would be greatly optimized.
How to Resize Partition under Windows Vista?
You may have been racking your brains in finding a solution to partition problems on vista. Sometimes, you would like to enlarge or shrink your system partition C, but you find that there are certain risks such as data loss.
You no longer need to worry about data loss when resizing your partitions from now on!
If you a home user, you can use Partition Wizard Free Edition as a professional Partition Manager at home.
If you are a Professional user, you can use Partition Wizard Professional Edition as a Partition Manager for Professional computers.
You can resize partitions under Windows Vista by the following simple steps:
Whether you are a Professional user or home user, just launch MiniTool Partition Manager and you will be greeted with its user-friendly interface.
Next, select the partition you want to resize.
Click the button Resize/Move and you will see a pop-up dialogue-box just like the screenshot below.
Position your mouse pointer onto the left or right side of the dialogue box and you will see the mouse pointer change into two arrows with different directions. Then, drag the handle to resize the partition, or input the size number in the blanks below.