When Talking About Extending Windows 8 Partition, Many Users First Think Of System Built-in Disk Management Tool

  • When talking about extending Windows 8 partition, many users first think of system built-in disk management tool. Indeed, this tool can help accomplish some simple partition extending work. For instance, it can help extend Windows 8 partition when there is unallocated space behind and adjacent to the NTFS partition which needs extending. If there is no suitable unallocated space, users have to look for other solutions. Here, we suggest using partition magic Windows 8 to extend partition.

    How to extend Windows 8 partition with partition magic Windows 8?
    We believe many Windows 8 users have met the situation where it is necessary to extend FAT32 partition when there is no available unallocated space on hard disk. Next, we will use partition magic Windows 8 to deal with this situation.

    Firstly, users need to visit http://www.partition-magic-manager.com to download a powerful partition magic Windows 8. After installation, run it to get the following interface:

    Then, select the FAT32 partition which needs extending and choose the function “Extend Partition” to get the following interface:

    In this interface, users need to select a partition or allocated space from drop-down list to take free space and drag the sliding button to determine how much free space to take. Then, click “OK” button to go back to the main interface:

    Here, a preview effect is given. If it is desired, please click “Apply” button to apply all changes to computer. After application, partition magic Windows 8 helps us extend Windows 8 partition successfully.

    Do you want to extend Windows 8 partition when there is no unallocated space on hard disk? If the answer is yes, partition magic Windows 8 is unquestionably a good choice.

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