Hard drives and other storage devices are getting larger all the time to such an extent that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to effectively manage your data and keep track of a constantly expanding database of apps, documents and media files. With millions of files and folders on your computer, it’s important to have a system in place to keep your data properly arranged. That’s why many people divide their hard drives into multiple partitions, a process that makes much better use out of space available on your storage device. In fact, most new computers ship with multiple partitions, even though they normally only have one physical hard drive. With [email protected] Partition Manager, you can easily create and manage multiple partitions on any hard drive or solid-state drive.
Work with Different File Systems
Aside from helping to keep your increasing multitude of files organized, separating your hard drive into multiple partitions is a great way to run multiple operating systems on the same drive and computer. This approach tends to be more economical than installing multiple physical hard drives or solid-state drives, since it allows one physical storage device to act as two or more individual drives. Since [email protected] Partition Manager offers support for multiple file systems, you can create and manage partitions for Windows as well as all the popular alternatives to the world’s most popular operating system, such as Linux and OSX. Supported file systems include FAT, FAT32, exFAT, NTFS, HFS+, ReFS, UFS, JFS, XFS, Ext2, Ext3 and Ext4. With some file systems, you can edit boot sectors directly.
Restore Deleted or Damaged Partitions
[email protected] Partition Manager is a component of LSoft Technologies’ leading line of disk utilities products. This application is, however, completely free, and offered as a standalone, lightweight program featuring some of the core functions of [email protected] UNDELETE, one of the world’s favorite data recovery programs. [email protected] UNDELETE provides a useful a simple set of features for recovering partitions that have accidentally been deleted and, in many cases, it can recover partitions that have been damaged by a malware attack or for some other reason. In most situations, this means you can get back your lost data intact, even if it appears to be lost forever on a partition that no longer exists. Furthermore, you can even recover data from deleted or damaged RAID arrays and create and open complete drive images for data backup and restore purposes.
New Version Available
Launched on November 28, 2017, version 6.0 of [email protected] Partition Manager sports a number of welcome new improvements, including numerous minor tweaks and bug fixes and an improved user interface. The interface has been adapted for use with high-resolution displays, while improved GPT volume support provides better management and formatting. There have also been extensive tweaks and bug fixes to the GUI to make it easier to use than ever. The latest edition supports all editions of Windows 10 and many earlier operating systems as far back as Windows 2003. If you’re ready to get started with [email protected] Partition Manager, visit http://www.pcdisk.com/ and download the program for free today.