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Thread: How to enlarge the system partition on Windows 7

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    Default How to enlarge the system partition on Windows 7

    Hi guys,



    My c: drive is not enough to use and low disk space warning jumped out. I want to enlarge this partition. I want to use a software to do this, while which software supports Windows 7? Please help me~~~

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    Most partition software on market cannot support Windows7 now. Last week I sent an email to ask a software named Partition Master and their customer service replied me that they will release the new edition of partition tool in the middle of October. Maybe you could choose their software to try.

    The home edition is free.

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    hi !

    you dont need any external software to resize a partition.

    you can use W7s own diskmanager.

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    I'd suggest you delete your System Restore points prior to the latest one and do a disk clean up. I have recovered more than 50 GB of hdd space by doing just that

    1. My Computer
    2. Right click on the C:\ drive > Properties
    3. Disk Cleanup
    4. Cleanup System Files
    5. Go to the More Options tab
    6. Under System Restore and Shadow Copies hit Cleanup


    Recover Disk Space In Windows - Windows Live

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    If your issue is not solved. Try this product, It works fine with Windows 7 (I had the same problem as you and i used this software ti fix it). If you have enough free space in any of the drive, you can do it by not lossing any of the data.

    It is absolutly free, and simple

    BEST FREE Partition Manager for Windows supports all 32-bit & 64 bit Windows No-server OS.

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    @lengleng.

    If I were you, I would invest in a good disk image program like Acronis True Image before you attempt to do anything with partition size.

    Acronis True Image happens to have a very nice partition manager as well so you can image your drive and then do the partition re-size with one program.

    I use it myself and have been very happy with it.
    Last edited by roraniel; 2nd October 2009 at 18:46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roraniel View Post
    @lengleng.

    If I were you, I would invest in a good disk image program like Acronis True Image before you attempt to do anything with partition size.

    Acronis True Image happens to have a very partition manager as well so you can image your drive and then do the partition re-size with one program.

    I use it myself and have been very happy with it.
    Totally agreed with you!

    IMO Acronis products are really good products and do their jobs flawlessly and there is no comparision of Acronis Disk Director Suite with anyother tool.
    Last edited by rkonit; 2nd October 2009 at 18:11.

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    O&O PartitionManager 2 Professional Edition Free

    O&O PartitionManager 2 Professional Edition Free

    It's commercial but this previous version is free.

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    I suggest you post a full picture of your Disk Management before we make more recommendations. Using any of these recommended tools can lead to a total loss of your partitions on the drive (has happened to me and I am not a new to the subject). The safest tool is Disk Management but even then you should make prior images. Acronis is good but may cost you money. Free Macrium or Free Paragon do the same job.

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