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  • Windows Vista aroused controversy among many computer users since it was released before long. Some users think Windows Vista is a good operating system because this operating system is released by Microsoft after more than 5 years' research and it makes much breakthrough in many aspects. For example, Windows Vista introduces the brand new interface style Windows Aero and the security mechanism Windows Defender. Therefore, compared with Windows XP, Windows Vista makes greater breakthrough in interface effect and safety. Of course, there are another part of users who think this operating system has poor compatibility, wastes a large number of resources, and requires pretty high hardware configuration. However, as Microsoft updates it unceasingly, these kinds of problems have been solved.

    Although Microsoft is continuously updating Windows Vista, users will also meet various kinds of computer problems if they have used this operating system for a long time. For example, the computer runs slower and slower. Actually, the main reason leading to this problem is that system partition space becomes less and less. As is well known, all programs running on computer need performing by internal memory. In order to avoid the situation where the internal memory is used up because of running so many programs, virtual memory is employed. Therefore, virtual memory will influence computer running speed to a certain extent. However, the default setting of virtual memory is on system partition. Once system partition is out of space, virtual memory is restricted. Therefore, it is pretty important to resize Vista system partition. However, Vista system partition resizing can not be realized easily, because much partition magic does not update technology when Windows Vista was just released. As a result, the majority of partition magic can not run under Vista well, so it was difficult to resize Vista system partition. However, this problem was solved before long. MiniTool Solution Ltd. released a piece of partition magic called MiniTool Partition Wizard which can run under Vista perfectly. With this partition magic, Vista users can resize Vista partition even system partition easily and safely. Besides, it provides home and individual users with free edition, and users can visit its official website https://www.partitionwizard.com/ to download it. After we download it, let's see the principle of resizing system partition under Vista.

    How to resize Vista system partition with MiniTool Partition Wizard?
    After installing it successfully, please run it. Then, the following interface will appear:

    The above main interface shows us numerous partition management functions of this partition magic. If we want to resize system partition under Vista, what we need is just the function "Move/Resize". Actually, the principle of resizing Vista system partition with MiniTool Partition Wizard is very simple. When Vista system partition is out of space, users can shrink the partition which is on the same disk with the system partition to get unallocated space by using the function "Move/Resize", and then extend Vista system partition with this unallocated space. However, it is worth noting that system extending should be on the condition where the shrunk space is adjacent to the system partition. If the unallocated space is not adjacent to the system partition, we also do not need to worry. We just need to move the unallocated space to the place neighboring to the Vista system partition with the function "Move/Resize".

    Today, we just introduce how to solve the problem of Vista system partition shortage briefly. If users want to know detailed operations, its official website is a good place to go.