EASEUS Free Drive Partition Software

Posted: Jul 7 2008, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:17am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

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If you have ever needed to change the partitions on your hard drive by making them larger or smaller, you know what a pain that can be. There has been software like Partition Magic available for a long time that can change the partition size, but the software is a bit expensive for something most will only use once.

A new software product called EASEUS Free Partition Manager has been announced that allows personal use without any cost. The product will allow you to resize Windows XP and 2000 partitions on the fly without losing data. The product will also prevent you from making mistakes resizing your partitions that might make your computer unusable.

The catch is that users in the corporate world will need to buy a version to work on server operating systems and the software doesn’t support Windows Vista. The business version can resize partitions across a RAID array as well.


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