When you specified your new Windows Vista-based PC, it's more than likely you decided to upgrade the size of the hard drive or even fit a spare drive. Perhaps you intend to use that spare drive to store your work, music and video files and perhaps an area partitioned for backing up your data. The snag is that the new drive is formatted as one large partition and it's not particularly easy to re-partition your drive from within Windows.
Partition Logic 0.67 is self-contained and completely free partitioning tool that will enable you to burn the software to a CD, reboot your computer and boot in to the partitioning software. From here, you can see the existing partitions on your drive and use the spare space to create additional partitions. As it's self-contained, you can do these changes from outside Windows, so it will support just about any drive format.
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