L'offre gratuite du jour pour IM-Magic Partition Resizer Pro 2013 était valable le 5 décembre 2013!
Vous manquer d'espace ? Essayez IM-Magic Partition Resizer Pro pour redimensionner des espaces de séparation sans reformater le disque, réinstaller le système d'exploitation, ou même avoir de la difficulté à déplacer des données importantes d'un emplacement à un autre. Partition Resizer Pro, développé par IM-Magic Inc., est certifié sûr à 100 % pour le redimensionnement, la redistribution de l'espace disque ainsi que son interface facile d'utilisation.
Ce programme fonctionne sur Windows 8,7, Vista et XP. Oubliez les logiciels de gestion de partitions compliqués, essayez juste notre logiciel afin de redistribuer l'espace de votre disque gratuitement dès maintenant.
Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000 (x32/x64); 2. Hard Disk: 100 MB hard drive space min.; 3. CPU: at least with X86 or compatible CPU with main frequency 500 MHz; 4. RAM: 512MB system memory min.
Resize server 2003 partition to extend boot drive or any other drive without losing data by IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server, which can be really helpful when server boot volume running out of space, or has low disk space alter.
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Partition editing can be DANGEROUS. This isn’t like running a word processor or game. I would never edit a root partition from the same root partition where the editor and the operating system are installed. Other partition editors DO run from external media while your computer is safely booted to external media (GParted for example).
This is not "magic." This is serious business. I’ve had to service PCs from people who thought they could use any old partition editor to extend, resize, and move partitions, just to end up with an unbootable PC.
I'm struck by the fact that this partition reziser has almost identical system requirements (right down to the megabyte) amd file size as another partition editor on GOTD a few months ago: www.giveawayoftheday.com/macrorit-disk-partition-expert-pro/ And they're BOTH called "pro." Are these giveaways both from the same source?
…and… HOW can a virtually unknown partition editor have so many positive votes so fast? Giving a reasonable test to a partition editor requires a waiting period to make sure that your partitions still work properly under all conditions. I can understand where negative votes could come from quickly: (examples: a)if the program fails to start, b)if it crashes your computer, c)if it destroys your partition table, etc., etc.)
I use GParted, which runs WITHOUT Mac, Linux desktop, Windows or any other primary operating system. ANY partition editor which runs under a primary operating system is dangerous. GParted runs from an external and scaled-back boot of Linux using your choice of an external hard drive, CD ROM, DVD ROM, memory card or USB stick. GParted is freeware with an option to donate to the project.
It took weeks using Gparted with a number of PCs, until I felt certain that Gparted deserves a vote of confidence. There is NO WAY any competent person could vote this “giveaway” “IM-Magic Partition Resizer Pro” program without at least weeks of experience with it on multiple PCs.
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Brilliant and very useful tool today, especially if you plan to run more than one OS in partition C (in dual boot for instance).
And yes, looks like very safe as well, since, according to its developer, you won't lose any data even if your machine was shut down accidentally during the HD resizing.
Supports NTFS, FAT16, FAT32 (no ExFAT 32???), GPT, MBR, 2TB disk and SSD.
Even the FREE version is very good:
By the way: could the developer tell me/us what's the main difference between the FREE and and the PRO version offered here for FREE today?
Tutorials on how to use it properly:
2 THUMBS UP from me!
As for the best FREE ALTERNATIVES, if you have installed in your machine the awesome AOMEI PARTITION ASSISTANT, given away here a few weeks ago, I think you don't need this GAOTD since it provides you with the same functions as this GAOTD plus a few dozen Others (but wait for a comment about that from the developer himself).
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Will copy an SSD and allow to move to another larger SSD ?
Yes, SSD is full supported.
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I have a question, now that I have re-sized my Windows 7 hard drive, and was able to do it very easily, can I now put Windows 8 on the other partition and boot from either one?
Yes, you can. You may install Win8 on the same disk but another driver. And Windows bootMgr would automatically add win7/win8 boot menu when booting.
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10. Joe Hurdle
GParted?? Yes, it's very good but why not the more complete PARTED MAGIC (GParted + Partimage + TestDisk + Truecrypt + Clonezilla + G4L + SuperGrubDisk + ddrescue etc...)????
In other words: Hard Disk Partitioning + Disk Imaging + tons of other HD utilities in one single amazing FREE solution!!!
Format internal and external hard drives
Move, copy, create, delete, merge, expand & shrink hard drive partitions
Clone your hard drive, to create a full backup
Test hard drives for impending failure
Test memory for bad sectors
Benchmark your computer for a performance rating
Securely erase your entire hard drive, wiping it clean from all data
Gives access to non-booting systems allowing you to rescue important data
No Install required since it runs from a CD ==> FREEEEEEEEEEEE !!!!!
To align Partitions for both SSD and HDs, just use the excellent freeware "Aomei Partition Assistant Home Edition":
Now the question is: how do you know whether your HD is aligned or not?
What if I told you that there's a FREE & PORTABLE GEM which checks the volume alignment status of your disks, telling you when an alignment is required plus some recommendations to optimize the disks in question?
But to solve this tricky issue, you may also apply this very smart TIP prompted by Aomei team:
Do like me, dudes: be more CLEVER...for FREEEEEE!!
Sounds good?? Of course it does ^-^ !!!
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