64-Bit Partition Resizer?

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Tatararata

How come your blog only shows properly in Firefox and not in Chrome?
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FanaticWS

Try Partition Wizard Home Edition 4.2.2

www.partitionwizard.com

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rich5665

Easus Partition Manager for 64-Bit is not free. Easus' 32-Bit Home version is free, in order to get 64-Bit support you need to pay for the Professional version. I used the the Built in partition utility in my Win7 setup last night so I can duel boot Ubuntu and didn't have an issue. Yes there may be better third party apps available, but Microsoft's built in apps do work.

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Olmec

What about GparteD? It is free, it has a graphical user interface, and documentation is really good.

Did I mention It is Free?

Cheers

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HeartBurnKid

Boot it off a LiveCD, do your thing, reboot to Windows.  No muss, no fuss.

Who needs a Windows-native partitioner, anyway?

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justnandbrtny

Any linux based partition editor would be better than a windows based one

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Raspop

Consider getting a SSD for the OS and use that 1TB drive for hoarding data.

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DBsantos77

 Sure, Vista's Partiton Resizer is nice..until you have a pagefile, hibernation, or system restore files preventing you from resizing any further. 

I prefer partition wizard home. It supports 64-bit, ignores the pagefile, hibernation, and system restore files, and it supports W7. Oh, and it's free.

http://www.partitionwizard.com/free-partition-manager.html

- Odd thing is that it looks almost identical to Easus Partition manager........WAY too similar.

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