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Old 8th September 2008, 06:35
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Anyone used EASEUS partition manager to enlarge system partition ?

It's for Windows PC and Servers to Resize, Move, Create, Delete and Format partitions, etc. Free for home users.

I need to enlarge my system to install new software...Any advice?Thanks...
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Old 8th September 2008, 08:29
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Yes, it does the job. you can try it, but it's slower than PM.

Here is more information about it:

http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/...-Manager.shtml
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Thank you for your reply. EASEUS Partition did work well for me and it was not slow.
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Default extend system partition without boot

Nowadays, here is a detailed solution http://www.partition-tool.com/easeus...-partition.htm
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Personnaly I was used to Gparted (gnome partition editor) which can be launch from linux ou on a live CD.
But new filesystems has the ability ti resize themselves on the fly so I don't have to use it any more.
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Smile Enlarge Windows system partition without reboot

you can use the MiniTool Partition Wizard 5.2 edition to enlarge your system partition without reboot, for information you can go the MiniTool Partition Wizard center to get
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Default easus partition manager is good

easus partition manager did a perfect job in enlarging my c drive.

it is the best partition tool i've ever used.

what's more amazing is it is free for home users, really helpful.

thanks easus.
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