Q: There is an unallocated space in my hard disk due to the faults I made when partitioning Windows 7 hard drive. I planned to use this free space to extend the last partition with Windows 7 disk management tool. But Extend Volume function is unavailable. How can I achieve this operation?
A: Windows 7 built-in disk management tool has function flaws, only able to operate at the tail end of a partition. Therefore, in the above situation, the unallocated space can not be used to extend the last partition, because it is in front of the target partition. At this time, professional partition magic should be used to resize Windows 7 partition. Since much partition magic can not be compatible with Windows 7 and some has defects, which will make partition lost or damaged, users could visit http://www.resize-partition.com to download the free partition magic and use it to resize partition for Windows 7.
Resizing Windows 7 partition with free partition magic
Before resizing Windows 7 partition, please download and install the free partition magic to Windows 7. Then launch it and users will see its main interface. Please select the target partition and click “Move/Resize“. Users will see the following interface.
The above is the interface of resizing partition. Users could drag the two arrows or input exact values to change the length of Partition Handle, thereby resizing partition. After the operation, please click “OK” to go back to the main interface. Users will see some obvious changes in the main interface, but it is only a preview. Users need to click “Apply” to execute the operations. And then resizing Windows 7 partition is finished successfully.
Seeing the above introduction, users may have known how to resize partition on Windows 7. If users want to know more about this free partition magic, please visit the official website. Or users can also directly download it and use it to resize partition in person.