I had a computer with 4 partitions and 1 unallocated space, and this space is located after behind D drive. After using my computer for a long time, I find that the C drive is running out of space. So well, I want to move the unallocated space to it to increase its partition size. I resort to the disk management tool, but failed since the built-in tool can’t move non adjacent space to C drive. In this case, what can I do to fix this problem? Who can help me to solve this trouble for free?
As a matter of fact, the “Extend Volume” feature disk management tool offers only works with unallocated space on the right side of the target partition users would like to extend. At this time, users can turn to partition magic to add nonadjacent space to the selected partition. However, every aspect should be considered when choosing a partitioning tool. For instance: economy, compatibility, performance and operating steps. After comprehensive consideration, we think MiniTool Partition Wizard is a wise choice for most users. First, it is a piece of freeware. Second, it has strong compatibility. (this freeware not only can run under almost all Windows operating systems but also supports NTFS and FAT partition.) Third, it has powerful functions. Fourth, it has high security. Most importantly, it doesn’t need advanced technology and skills because of its wizard-based operation and simple interface.
Users should download this professional yet free partition magic from its official website before moving the free space. And then, install it on computer. After installation, launch it.
In the main interface, we can see all partitions and unallocated space on the disk. To move non adjacent space to C drive, users need select the C partition at first, and then click “Extend Partition” from the left action panel to get its main operating interface.
At this time, choose the target space, and drag the sliding button to a desirable place to determine how much free space to take. After getting desired partition size, click “OK” button to go back to the main interface.
Finally, click “Apply” button on the left to perform all changes. After all operations are done, users are successful in moving non adjacent space to C drive.