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Monday, July 27, 2009

Free Partition Wizard for Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Windows 7

partition_wizard_logo Partition Wizard is a Windows based partition manager. Using Partition Wizard you can easily perform partition operation safely and quickly. This could be a great tool for those people who are not familiar with the manual partition or formatting. It also has a Enhanced  Data Protecting technology which keeps your data safe even in case of power outages or hardware failure and the best part of Partition Wizard is that it’s absolutely FREE for Home and Business edition.


Home Edition:partition_wizard_home

Partition Wizard Home Edition is a free partition manager designed by MT Solution Ltd. Partition Wizard Home Edition is designated for home user only. For more details click here: Home Edition


Business Edition:partition_wizard_business

Partition Wizard Business Edition is optimized for business environment with better performance. For business edition you would have to do one time registration to get a free business edition license. For more details click here: Business Edition


Main Features of Partition Wizard:

  1. Support Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows7 (32 bit & 64 bit) operating system.
  2. Support RAID.
  3. Extend system partition to improve computer performance to maximum.
  4. Manage the hard disk to get the best performance of computer.
  5.  Create , Delete and Format partitions with simple steps.
  6.  Disk Copy to protect or transfer data.
  7. Support disk and partition size larger than 2 TB.
  8.  Convert partition format from FAT to NTFS.
  9.  Partition Copy: Copy the entire hard disk to another one.
  10. Copy Disk Wizard: Copy the entire hard disk to another one without windows reinstalling.
  11.  Disk Map - Visually demonstrate your disk/partition configuration; preview the changes before applying.
  12. Hide/unhide partition, set active partition, etc. - Change partition properties.
  13. Explore FAT/NTFS partition

Go ahead and give it a try, you don't have to loose anything for it and let us know if this helped you.

[via: Partition Wizard]

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