At the time of installing Windows on a new hard disk we usually do not bother too much about partitioning the hard disk properly. Many of us just install Windows operating system on one big partition that takes over the whole hard disk, or create two partitions of the equal size. But later we realize that it was really a stupid idea to install Windows on the whole of the large hard disks with storage disk space of 1 TB or more. Fortunately, it is very easy to extend or create new partitions even after you have installed Windows. You can use the free Macrorit Partition Extender to resize and extend partitions on various different types of disks in your Windows PC.
Macrorit Partition Extender can extend the partitions in just three steps. When you launch it, it scans your system for all the disks attached to your PC. In the first step, you can select any of the partitions from any of the listed disks and click on the Next button. If the partition cannot be extended, then it will show an error and ask you to select another partition.
In the next step, you have to resize the partition by dragging the partition border to the left or right. The partition size cannot be reduced, it can only be extended. The extra partition space is fetched from the partition next to it or perhaps from unused disk space if there is any on the disk. So if you extend a partition, the size of the next partition will be automatically reduced. After making the adjustments, you can click on the OK button and it will apply the changes. You may have to reboot your PC for all the changes to be made.
Verdict: Macrorit Partition Extender can help you extend the size of your system partition (on which Windows is installed) or other disk partitions. This way you can quickly eliminate the problems of low disk space resulting from a small system partition.
You can download Macrorit Partition Extender from http://extendpartition.com/.