After searching and testing, you can know MiniAide Fat32 Formatter Home Edition, a free powerful and magic partitioning utility, is useful and free for your hard disk driver (hdd) management. You can use it to create partition, resize and move partition, format partition, delete or wipe partition, extend system partition drive C:, recover disk or partition, or even to
convert FAT file system to NTFS, etc.
Always taking our customers’ benefit into consideration, our R&D teams aims to design user friendly useful operation procedures and friendly interface for users. Therefore, you do not have to have a good command of computer knowledge, instead, only simple and a few steps will be followed, you are going to find that you have experienced a wonderful and magic
partitioning hdd management.
The most shinning point of this free partitioning utility is that all the operation on it won’t cause any damage to the existing data. It is so smart in this aspect just like a cheetah running in the forest, high trees can’t block the way it targets, so neat and fast.
How to Resize Partition with this Free Partitioning Manager
Please pay attention to that when you are installing this partitioning software, close your firewall which blocks the files installed into your computer, otherwise it cannot work.
The following is step-by-step instruction to extend system partition (C: drive).
Step 1. Launch MiniAide Fat32 Formatter.
Step 2. Select partition E, right click it, select “Resize/Move partition” and drag the partition handle leftwards to resize E drive here you just largely shrink to its used size. Then there will be unallocated space behind E drive.
Step 3. Drag E: drive rightwards to move the unallocated space be behind C partition and click OK.
Step 4. Select the C partition, right click it and select “Resize/Move partition”, drag the partition handle rightwards to extend system partition (C: drive).
Step 5. Your operation will show below “Pending Operation” if you want to finish it please click Apply, then you will get a larger system partition.
If you want to known much more detailed information, please visit resizing and moving partitions.