Since Microsoft stopped giving technical support on Windows XP, more and more users replace this once classical system with advanced ones, like Windows 7 and Windows 8. Nevertheless, problems about resizing partition are asked frequently after reinstallation. For example:
Question: After reinstalling Windows 7, I found the original C drive runs nearly out of space. As I am unwilling to reinstall operating system again, which has cost me more than 10 dollars, how can I resize partition for Windows 7 without losing data to enlarge C drive?
Answer: first of all, launch system built-in disk management tool to see whether there is unallocated space located behind and neighboring to C drive. To right click “Computer”, choose “Manage”, and click “Disk Management” can open this tool. If there is such an unallocated space, right click C drive and choose the function “Extend Volume” to realize extending. However, if there is no such unallocated space, users can download a free partition magic from the internet to resize partition for Windows 7 without losing data.
Step 1: launch the downloaded free partition magic to open its main interface:
Step 2: select C drive and click the function “Extend Partition” to enlarge C drive.
Step 3: take free space from existing partition or unallocated space to extend partition and click “OK” to go back to the main interface:
Step 4: click “Apply” button to apply changes to Windows 7 computer. After application, we enlarge C drive via resizing partition successfully.
If the original C drive is so small after users install Windows 7, don’t worry. Now, download free partition magic to resize partition for Windows 7 without losing data, which can help solve this problem easily and securely.