Mar 182008
 


Windows vista is having built in partition resize tool which will allow us to Resize a Partition in Vista.

Procedure to follow

  • Click on Start Button.

  • Right click on Computer and select Manage.
  • If you happen to get an User Account Control[UAC] dialog now – just click Continue.
  • On the left pane, expand the Storage category and click on Disk Management.
  • Now, you’ll find all the partitions of your computer listed out. Right click on the partition you’d like to modify(Lets say d:).
  • Select the option Extend Volume or Shrink Volume (Extend – to increase the size or Shrink to reduce the size) of the selected partition.

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  2 Responses to “How to Resize a Partition in Vista”

  1. Windows vista has shrink and expand functions in disk management, but there must be some unallocated space next to the partition which you want to expand. If there is no unallocated space next to the partition which you want to expand, how to expand this partition? A thirty party tool is a best choice, I hear that many tools can resize partition, such as partition magic, GParted, disk director, easeus partition master……..I would like to use easeus partition master, it is simple to use and easy to resize partition.

  2. I encounterd the problem of resizing windows vista partition with “Shrink” and “Expand” functions in windows disk management.However I do, I cannot resize my partition. But I am able to use the free version of easeus partition master to solve my problem. Thanks john for sharing this.

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