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softw1nd

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Hi Forum friends,

Can you suggest to me a good partition resizer that would not require me to format my HD? One that is not too complicated, with minimal chances of deleting my files and definitely FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) :)

Thanks in advance...
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rshaffer61

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Easeus Partition manager is free to the home user and can resize partitions from within Windows.
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thanks rshaffer61!! is there anything i should take note of, when i use that? tips i should be aware of that might give me future problems?

i appreciate your reply :) :)
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It's pretty self explanatory on the site and I use it and have had no issues at all. One thing is to never shrink down a partition more then the used space and to be safe never shrink down so there is less then 20 percent free left on the shrunken partition. This will keep the system partition intact and safe from bootup problems.
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