Tips And Tricks
To Resize A Disk Partition In
I learned the hard
way that programs like Partition
Magic don’t work on Windows Vista.
So that led me to the question: How
do I resize partitions without
losing any data with Windows Vista
installed? Good news! Windows Vista
can manage your partition resizing
with its built-in partition tool.
1) Click on
the Start menu
2) Right click
Computer and click on
3) If you get
a User Account Control dialog
here; just click
4) In the left
pane, open up the Storage
category and click on
5) Here you'll see
all the partitions for your hard
drive configuration. Right click on
the partition you’d like to modify.
6) Click on
Extend Volume or
Shrink Volume to extend or
shrink the selected partition.
While not as robust
as programs like Partition Magic
which allow you to merge partitions
without losing data (a very handy
feature), Windows Vista Disk
Management's partition feature
allows the basic functions of
resizing partitions or creating new
partitions fairly easy for those
with a basic knowledge of
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