Today I will tell you about a spectacular product that will make your life easier and, best of all, it’s absolutely free of charge . Ladies and gents, let me present you with the EaseUS Partition Master.
Each and every one of us will be required at some point in this life to format the newly created partitions when we’re upgrading our systems with a hard drive or a SSD;that’s not negotiable. Now, I know what you’ll say: good’ol Windows will take care of the problem. That’s cute, but wrong. What you’ll actually need to get the job done properly is a state of the art/fully featured partition manager, like the Partition Master’s free partition magic feature.
This is not marketing, but common sense : if you want to do a perfect job, you must use the perfect tool for the job. Unlike Windows, with this partition manager you’ll be able not to just format/partition the new drives, but to re-partition them or modify the partition type when necessary. For example, if you’re upgrading your laptop with a new SSD, you can move the system (C) drive directly onto the SSD and use the “old” space for storing movies or whatever. That can be easily done with a professional tool, like the EaseUS Partition Master.
This baby is very intuitive and easy to use, it comes with a User’s guide and can do lots of things : merging partitions, extending system partition, copy disks, convert primary to logic, convert dynamic disk to logic disk and so on and so forth. All these features are fully explained in both step by step tutorials and videos. With this tool, you can resize simply by clicking the partition frame, and dragging it to your preferred size.
It allows you to format, partition and repartition drives safely so there’s no fear of losing your important files. Whether you’re a computer geek or a beginner, it works for you because you can do advanced manipulations or just the basics by following the step-by-step tutorials. The best thing to do is to start with the Wizard menu and go from there. You can download the software for free by accessing this link.