Magic Partitioning Software to Adjust Partition Size
Many computer users encounter this problem: Windows pops up a warning to alert you – “No Disk Space”. It means that the C drive is too small for new applications after a long period of initial partitioning and then you need to adjust your partition size to keep it running.
Lots of software can do it while most of them are commercial. Here we would like to introduce MiniAide Fat32 Formatter Home Edition, a freeware to manage partition, can do a magic partitioning management on your drive. You can use mouse to adjust partition size, even by left clicks only. Easy-to-use is the most outstanding feature of MiniAide Fat32 Formatter Home Edition. With the help of this free partitioning software, you can adjust partition size magically.
The most shining point of this free partitioning manager is that all the operations on it won’t cause any damage to the existing data. If you are still worried about your data safety before starting to adjust partition size.
Adjust Partition Size with Freeware.
Before adjusting partition size with this free partitioning software, there is one thing you must notice. When installing this partitioning tool, you should make sure your firewall will not block the files which will be installed into your computer, otherwise it cannot work.
Follow below instruction to extend system partition (C: drive).
1. Launch MiniAide Fat32 Formatter. If there is no unallocated space behind the system partition, you should follow the below steps. If there is unallocated space behind the system partition, you can directly go to step 4.
Tips: We strongly recommend you backup data before resizing partitions.
2. Select partition E: You have two ways to select partition E and resize it, using the “Partitions” on the menu bar and choose “Resize/Move partition” or right click it, select “Resize/Move partition” and drag the partition handle leftwards to resize E drive. Then there will be unallocated space behind E: drive.
3. Move E: Move E rightwards to let the unallocated space behind the system partition (C: drive) then click OK.
4. Select the system partition (C: drive), right click it and select “Resize/Move partition”, here you can set an accurate size for it or just drag the partition handle rightwards to extend system partition(C: drive).
5. Click Apply, then you can get a large system partition.