Many computer users may know it is important to resize partition when managing partitions, because it can keep Windows optimum performance and enhance disk utilization rate. However, how to resize partition without partition loss on Windows? And recently, I used a piece of software to increase my partition size. After that, I encountered partition loss. Thus, I consult a professional, and knew the software I used is debased. As a matter of fact, most partitioning software on the internet more or less has function defects and security defects. Once a piece of inferior software is used, it is likely to cause partition loss problems. And if the system partition is lost during the process of managing partitions, users are unable to start computers. Therefore, to avoid partition loss, users should choose a piece of software equipped with high security and excellent performance. Here, MiniTool Partition Wizard is such a program.
Users should download this professional partition magic at first. And then install it on computer. After that, launch it to open its main interface.
In the main interface of MiniTool Partition Wizard, users can see all partitions and information about them. At this time, users need to select the target partition which needs resizing, and select the most suitable function from action panel. For example, if users want to shrink partition, the function “Move/Resize Partition” is feasible. If users want to extend partition, they can click “Extend Partition”. After getting desired partition size, users need to click “Apply” button on the left to execute all changes to computer. Thus, all work has been done.
Seeing the above introduction, users can easily resize partition without partition loss on Windows. However, if users meet this situation where partitions are lost caused by using inferior software, they need to restore them. So well, how to recover lost partition? Fortunately, MiniTool Solution Ltd. released a professional program equipped with high security to help users quickly and safely restore lost data, files and partitions.