Are you planning to change volume size on dynamic disk? If you are running computer with Windows 7/8/Vista, you can turn to disk management tool to resize volume. Although disk management can help to extend non-system simple volume and spanned volume, it will fail to expand or shrink stripped volume, mirrored volume and Raid-5. Hence, the Windows built-in tool is unable to meet the needs of different users. In general, if users want to perfectly change volume size without limitations, they can turn to third-party partition magic. MiniTool Partition Wizard is recommended here since it enjoys more than over 15,000,000 downloads. With this professional and easy-to-use partition magic, users can easily resize dynamic volume no matter it is system volume or non-system volume. What’s more, this tool will keep data safe all the time even in case of sudden power outage.
First of all, users need to install this professional partition management app on computer. And then, launch it.
Note: it’s recommended to install the professional edition or advanced editions of this partitioning tool since MiniTool Partition Wizard free edition does not support dynamic disk.
In the above window of the main interface of the professional app, users can see all disks and partitions, and some basic functions. At this time, users need to select the target volume which needs changing, and then choose “Move/Resize Volume” button from the left action panel or “Move/Resize” feature on the toolbar.
In the pop-up window, users can see a green volume handle. The length of the handle represents volume size while the blank area means unallocated space. Thus, users can change the volume handle to resize volume to achieve their goal. In addition, users can enter accurate value in the textboxes below to move and resize the selected volume. After that, click “OK” button to go back to the main interface of MiniTool Partition Wizard.
In the above window, click “Apply” button to perform all changes. Thus, all work has been done.