Resize Windows Partition With EaseUS Partition Master Home Edition

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Actually, you do not need the third party software to resize partition in Windows Vista because it has the built-in feature that allow you to do such thing. But, not for Windows XP, you need the third party software like EaseUS Partition Master Home Edition to do it for you. It is the free software from EaseUS and compatible to use in Windows 2000 / XP / Vista and Windows 7.


In my case, I need to resize the Windows XP’s disk partition (drive C: @ system drive) in my client’s laptop to become bigger. So, I think maybe it worth to give a try to this software.

What You Need

  1. EaseUS Partition Master Home Edition. Click Here To Download.


Before Use

  1. This is VERY IMPORTANT. BEFORE you plan to do any operation on your disk drive especially copy partition, merge partition, convert to logical partition or change label, please CONSIDER TO BACKUP YOUR IMPORTANT DATA IN ALL DISK DRIVE.

  2. Close all applications software such Internet Explorer, word processing program etc before running EaseUS Partition Master Home Edition

How To Use

  1. Install the EaseUS Partition Master Home Edition in your computer. After installation you will see the shortcut icon like below


  2. Double click the shortcut icon on the computer’s desktop –-> you will see the interface below –-> click Go to main screen.


  3. You will be redirected to the main screen like below.


  4. Based on above picture, right click on the C: drive –-> click Merge partition –-> the merge partition’s selection interface appears.


  5. Choose the partition to merge. Click the check box represented the drive D: to show the right sign sign –-> in the drop down menu of Merge selected partitions to:, choose C: drive –-> click OK


  6. The disk partition will be checked and merged. Please wait until the operation Finish

  7. Finally you will see the result below –-> click Apply


  8. Click Yes –-> click Yes –-> computer will reboot to allow changes to take effect.

  9. After reboot, you will only see single disk partition exist in My Computer.



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{ Mommy Liz } at: September 21, 2011 at 8:36 PM said...

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