Currently a great deal of free partitioning software is available. Be very careful when using any software utility which writes to the partition table, the MBR (Master Boot Record), or the boot sector.
You’d better backup your hard drive completely before using any free partitioning software avoid some misoperations. If not, when you lose data, you have no one to blame but yourself.
MiniAide Fat32 Formatter is a powerful hard disk partitioning tool for 32/64 bit system. Home edition is free for home users.
MiniAide Fat32 Formatter can create, copy, and resize primary and extended partitions. It includes an easy to use interface and you can preview all the operations you made before applying.
partitioning Saving is an MS-DOS based partition backup and recovery program. Partition Saving can copy a partition to a file.
Partition Saving is intelligent enough to copy only occupied sectors to the file, if the partition is FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS or ext2.
Partition Saving is also able to compress data in the partition and split it into several files. This is especially useful when saving hard drive partitions to CD’s or DVD’s.
Extended FDisk, or short XFDisk, is a free DOS FDISK replacement that offers more comfort and comes with a boot manager that allows you to have more than one operating system installed on your hard disk.
With XFDisk you can partition your hard disk or install and configure the boot manager, which will be located in the first 17 sectors of your first hard disk. The boot manager will not occupy a partition, so you can fully use the four available primary partitions per hard disk. If you choose to have an extended partition with logical drives on your hard disk, XFDisk transparently manages the extended partition for you.
XFDisk and the boot manager support more than one hard disk and even booting from logical drives.