FREE IM-Magic Partition Resizer V3.2.4 PRO (lifetime license without upgrade)
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FREE IM-Magic Partition Resizer V3.2.4 PRO (lifetime license without upgrade)

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Found 28th Aug 2017
one for the "techies"...

top tip:-
i know it says 100% safety, but 20+ yrs Windows experience has taught me to ALWAYS make sure you have an image copy of your disk(s) when using this type of software!

  • New Version 3.2 release features: portable function which allows users to resize partition space from a bootable external CD, DVD or USB drive;
  • If you want to expand Windows boot volume, download IM-Magic Partition Resizer Pro to extend system partition when it's running out of space by allocating other free space to the C drive;
  • 100% of Safety when repartitioning;
  • System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows 10, 8.1, 7, Vista, XP, 2000 (64bit & 32bit)
  • Hard Disk: min 100 MB hard drive space;
  • CPU: at least with X86 or compatible CPU with main frequency 500 MHz;
  • RAM: min 512MB system memory;
  • Display Card: Accelerated 3D graphics - 64MB RAM;
  • SoundCard: Windows-compatible sound card;
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• Please use the key immediately, as it will become invalid after the campaign ends.
• The activated software would stay valid lifetime [unless you uninstall it, then try to reinstall it at a later date]

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If anyone wants to resize partitions, I would recommend the open source tool GParted (http://gparted.org/). Might not be the best in the user friendly department, but it does the job perfectly, and it's battle tested (been around for 10+ years).
Edited by: "eldaras" 28th Aug 2017
intuder9 m ago

Gparted is great for Linux but Windows... Good luck...



UBCD boots into Linux and does a great job with Gparted (for those worried about using Gparted in Windows) download here
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Never trusted virtual partitions for Windows, never will and served me well over the years when I have seen others pull their hair out....
Edited by: "intuder" 28th Aug 2017
intuder33 m ago

Never trusted virtual partitions for Windows, never will and served me …Never trusted virtual partitions for Windows, never will and served me well over the years when I have seen others pull their hair out....


LOL! i know the feeling!!

hence the 'top tip'...
If anyone wants to resize partitions, I would recommend the open source tool GParted (http://gparted.org/). Might not be the best in the user friendly department, but it does the job perfectly, and it's battle tested (been around for 10+ years).
Edited by: "eldaras" 28th Aug 2017
+1 gparted
Another for gparted
Gparted is great for Linux but Windows... Good luck...
intuder9 m ago

Gparted is great for Linux but Windows... Good luck...



UBCD boots into Linux and does a great job with Gparted (for those worried about using Gparted in Windows) download here
intuder25 m ago

Gparted is great for Linux but Windows... Good luck...


Doubly great if you are running both Linux and Windows on the same drive and need to re-adjust partitions. Plus updates/new versions will always be free.
Edited by: "brainsys" 28th Aug 2017
brainsys12 m ago

Doubly great if you are running both Linux and Windows on the same drive …Doubly great if you are running both Linux and Windows on the same drive and need to re-adjust partitions. Plus updates/new versions will always be free.

With different file systems..... Again best of British to you...
intuder2 h, 35 m ago

Never trusted virtual partitions for Windows, never will and served me …Never trusted virtual partitions for Windows, never will and served me well over the years when I have seen others pull their hair out....


What do you mean by virtual partitions? I use regualr partitions as I wouldn't want my C drive with the O/S to be 1TB as when it comes to making a backup image it would be too unwieldy.
Agharta19 m ago

What do you mean by virtual partitions? I use regualr partitions as I …What do you mean by virtual partitions? I use regualr partitions as I wouldn't want my C drive with the O/S to be 1TB as when it comes to making a backup image it would be too unwieldy.

Exactly what it says its a virtual partition.... I'm not going to go in to detail as it would take far too long, I suggest you Google it..
intuder30 m ago

Exactly what it says its a virtual partition.


That's cleared that up then!
Are you referring to partitions for virtual machines then and if so how does that relate to this product?
Edited by: "Agharta" 28th Aug 2017
intuder2 h, 7 m ago

Gparted is great for Linux but Windows... Good luck...


Doesn't Windows have the ability to resize it's own filesystems (NTFS) from within the disk management utility?
Agharta16 m ago

That's cleared that up then! Are you referring to partitions for …That's cleared that up then! Are you referring to partitions for virtual machines then and if so how does that relate to this product?

No nothing is do with vm it's basically without going into huge detail, emulating a logical drive..
As I said you want Chapter and verse Google it, it's not something you can simplify in a sentence or two..
Edited by: "intuder" 28th Aug 2017
intuder43 m ago

No nothing is do with vm it's basically without going into huge detail, …No nothing is do with vm it's basically without going into huge detail, emulating a logical drive..As I said you want Chapter and verse Google it, it's not something you can simplify in a sentence or two..


I did Google it and didn't come up with anything that seemed on topic for this product type.
Thought I might learn something so if you have a link?
Partition Magic fo lyfe yo! Does everything.
Agharta1 h, 49 m ago

I did Google it and didn't come up with anything that seemed on topic for …I did Google it and didn't come up with anything that seemed on topic for this product type.Thought I might learn something so if you have a link?


He probably means logical partitions within an extended MBR partition.

Either that or a "mount on boot" Virtual Disk like .vdi or .vmdk
Edited by: "Chuggee" 28th Aug 2017
eldaras5 h, 44 m ago

If anyone wants to resize partitions, I would recommend the open source …If anyone wants to resize partitions, I would recommend the open source tool GParted (http://gparted.org/). Might not be the best in the user friendly department, but it does the job perfectly, and it's battle tested (been around for 10+ years).


I hate that program, I mean I really hate it! Grr nasty. Anyway get AOMEI Partition Assistant, better than most of the rest and it's FREE.
Thanks - will give this a go. Heat added
eldaras20 h, 35 m ago

If anyone wants to resize partitions, I would recommend the open source …If anyone wants to resize partitions, I would recommend the open source tool GParted (http://gparted.org/). Might not be the best in the user friendly department, but it does the job perfectly, and it's battle tested (been around for 10+ years).


Although it's been my go-to for years, it occasionally has some nasty showstopper bugs and has managed to totally trash a few partitions of mine in recent years: it's not 100% reliable, but then none of them are.
fishmaster15 h, 2 m ago

I hate that program, I mean I really hate it! Grr nasty. Anyway get AOMEI …I hate that program, I mean I really hate it! Grr nasty. Anyway get AOMEI Partition Assistant, better than most of the rest and it's FREE.



This right here, no other Partition software comes close.

Lifetime license means nothing if the software messes up, if AOMEI Partition Assistant was a stripper, i'd be making it rain all day
there are other free and well tested partition resizers and disc cloning software's.
easeus.com/par…tml Ive used and works well.
paragon-software.com/hom…ss/ Ive also used and works well
My current favourite which has been 100% reliable so far is from
partitionwizard.com/fre…tml.
This latest version is simple to use and has,for me,done a great job.
I've used MiniTool a few times. Always pulled off what I needed. Again free for most.
partitionwizard.com/fre…tml
fishmaster19 h, 57 m ago

I hate that program, I mean I really hate it! Grr nasty. Anyway get AOMEI …I hate that program, I mean I really hate it! Grr nasty. Anyway get AOMEI Partition Assistant, better than most of the rest and it's FREE.


After hours of scratching I came across this gem. So simple and effective.

I'd created a system image of my Win 10 old 60gb ssd to transfer to a new 120gb ssd. Once restored to new drive, Windows created a partition of the same size as the original.

To extend the partition to use all available space became very time consuming, as many partition tools including Windows Disk Management didn't seem to have facility to do so. Then I stumbled upon the beauty that is AOEMI, 5 stars! Highly recommended.
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eldaras28th Aug

If anyone wants to resize partitions, I would recommend the open source …If anyone wants to resize partitions, I would recommend the open source tool GParted (http://gparted.org/). Might not be the best in the user friendly department, but it does the job perfectly, and it's battle tested (been around for 10+ years).


I'd also add GsmartControl for testing hard drives before reinstall. If your drive has pending/reallocated bad sectors chances are it's a timebomb waiting to happen. Can also query SSDs, shows how many times it has been power cycled, lifetime hours etc.
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