- 1 Post By HappyAndyK
13th October 2011, 09:46 #1
Wondershare Disk Manager Free: Tool for Disk & Partition Management
"Your Handy Tool for Disk & Partition Management
Create, delete, resize, copy and recover partitions.
Wizard mode and expert mode seperately make both novice and expert users manage partition at great ease.
Platform: Windows 7/XP/Vista (32 bit)
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"Why Choose Disk Manager Free?
Wondershare Disk Manager Free is a handy free partition manager for all-level users to copy hard disk and manage partitions. With the complete wizards, you will never worry about data loss when you need to copy disk/partition, create partitions, resize partitions, delete partitions and recover partitions. Now use this Free Disk Manager to reasonably allocate disk space and re-structure your hard disk for maximum use.
- Create Partition: Create a new partition or re-partition your hard drive for better usage.
- Resize Partition: Extend a partition to a larger size or reduce a partition without losing data.
- Copy Partition: Copy a partition as well as all files in it for backup. You can save the copy to another partition or another storage device.
- Delete Partition: Delete a partition or delete all partitions. You can choose whether to shred data in the partition.
- Fomat Partition: Prepare for installing OS or re-organizing your hard disk.
- Recover Partition: Recover lost partitions as well as files in it from misoperation, software/hardware failure, or virus attack.
- Convert Partition: Convert FAT to NTFS or vice versa.
- Set Partition Active: Your computer will boot from the active partition.
- Hide/unhide Partition: Make your sensitive partition invisible and prevent unauthorized access.
- Explore Partition: You can view the structure of selected partition, but the content of the files will not display.
- Change Volume Label: Allow you to change your volume label by right clicking mouse and select Advance."
Free Disk and Partition Management with Wondershare Disk Manager
13th October 2011, 12:39 #2
It says Disk Manager Free, but then says Try in one place and Free Trial in another place.
So if anyone does decide to download and try it out do let us know if it freeware!
14th October 2011, 09:11 #3
14th October 2011, 09:27 #4
OK - so its free! Wonderful!