With more and more data stored, primary partition is very likely to run out of space. At this time, to increase primary partition becomes quite requisite, but it is much more difficult for Windows XP users to complete this work since system built-in disk management tool does not provide corresponding solutions.
In general, almost all users hope to increase primary partition on XP without any formatting or deleting, but how can they achieve this goal easily? Here, we suggest turning to free partition magic. Of course, users should select the free partition software with powerful functions and high security. If users feel difficult to find such a piece of software, try using MiniTool Partition Wizard.
There are many reasons for recommending this partition software. For example:
# It is a piece of freeware, so users can get it for free.
# It can help extend primary partition in quite simple operations.
# All data can be well protected.
After seeing these reasons, users would want to know detailed steps to extend primary partition. Let’s see an example.
After running the free partition magic successfully, we can see its main interface:
To increase primary partition on XP, we need to select the partition which needs extending and choose the function “Extend Partition”. Then, the following interface will appear:
Here, choose a partition or unallocated space to take free space which will be used to extend partition. Then, drag sliding button to decide how much free space to take and click “OK” button to return to the main interface. At last, click “Apply” button to apply changes to computer. After that, all work is done.
If users also feel helpless to increase primary partition for Windows XP, now resort to the free partition magic MiniTool Partition Wizard.