Hard drives are getting so large these days, it's getting more difficult to manage and organise our data. When we buy a new drive, it generally ships pre-formatted, so you can simply replace an existing drive and you're ready to go. However, the drive is formatted with one large partition, which you might want to arrange in to smaller drives.
Partitioning software will enable you create a multi-partitioned drive or, if you want to change existing partitions, merge or even delete as required. Professional partitioning software doesn't ship within Windows, so you'll need to turn to third-party alternatives and there aren't too many around.
Paragon have very recently released Partition Manager 8, whilst V-COM have announced Partition Commander 10 (no trial version available). If you're looking for freeware, there are a couple of choices in Partition Logic 0.63 or the Ultimate Boot CD. Check them out and let us know which tool you prefer.
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