Situation: I have a 250GB hard disk which was partitioned to 3 drives at the beginning of installing Windows 7, namely C drive with 50GB for system, D drive with 80GB for working data, and E drive with 120GB for apps. Nevertheless, recently I found C drive nearly runs out of space, and I even do not know the actual reason since all apps are stored to E drive. Now, I am eager to download a piece of professional partition software for C drive resize, because computer boot speed has been affected largely. What’s more, Windows 7 built-in Disk Management failed since there is no unallocated space continuous to C drive.
Though many users are used to installing programs to non-system partition so as to make C drive own enough unused space, the situation where system partition runs out of space often appears. That is because files like system updates, temporary files, cache files, and starting items/registries of some apps will be stored to C drive automatically. With more and more files stored, system partition will be full naturally.
Third-party partition magic is users’ best choice when Windows Disk Management fails to complete desired operations. MiniTool Partition Wizard is a piece of quite excellent partition software that can realize easy and safe resizing. It works no matter whether there is unallocated space on hard disk.
By using this partition software to resize C drive, we need to download and install it on computer. Then, run it to open the main window:
In the main window, select C drive and choose a suitable function from action panel according to actual demands. For example, if we want to extend C drive but there is no available unallocated space, we can choose the function “Extend Partition”.
Then, take free space from an existing partition so as to extend C drive. At last, click “Apply” button to apply changes to computer.
If users are looking for a piece of excellent partition software for C drive resize, try using MiniTool Partition Wizard. It can help realize resizing without bringing any influence on data.