When installing Windows XP operating system, users always plan disk space carefully before partitioning disk. But since we can not predict data information amount and information type received in the future, the situation of imbalance of partition space may happen in computer use process. In this situation, changing partition size for XP is necessary, but not easy. Windows XP built-in disk management tool can not resize partition and the operations of command prompt tool are very complicated, which will cause multitudinous data losses if accidental operation occurs, so the third-party partition magic is necessary for users to change partition size for XP. However, choosing a suitable partition manager is difficult. Although there is much partition manager software in the market, most has serious quality defects. Once used, it may cause a large amount of data loss when users are resizing partition. In order to prevent the dangerous situation, users are advised to use the partition manager server Partition Resizing Software to change partition size for XP.
Change Windows XP partition size with Partition Resizing Software
Partition Resizing Software, developed by MiniTool Solution Ltd., is a pretty good partition manager server of high security, reliability and simple operations, able to help users solve various partition management problems. Words description may pale, so we'll demonstrate how to change Windows XP partition size with the partition magic in a bid to have users know about it well.
This is the home interface of Partition Resizing Software. Select the partition that will be resized and click "Move/Resize".
In this interface, drag the two triangles or input exact value to change Partition Handle, thereby changing partition size. Here, we'll drag the right triangle rightward to extend partition, as follows.
After the adjustment, click "OK" to return to the home interface.
In this interface, we can see the selected partition in Disk 1 has changed and a pending operation appears in "Operations Pending" area. Now, click "Apply". After the operation is finished, changing partition size for XP is achieved.
Seeing the above demonstration, you may have known how to change partition size for XP. If the same problem is bothering you, just download the partition manger to solve it.