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    Tuesday, February 21, 2006
    Need a free hard drive partition manager?
    Forget about using FDISK and format C:/s using floopy disk. Partitioning your hard disk is easier and safer to do it on your own. Remember to backup all your data before running any partition manager. If you want a Pro Partition manager, try Partition Magic from Symantec.

    Below is the list of partition manager that i've tried. I'm using a 40Gb hard disk for this test and it's working nicely. Again backup your data before playing with this apps. You have been warned!

    1. Partition Logic - Simple to use even for a first timer users.
    2. Ranish Partition Manager - Support Windows, Linux, FreeDOS and FreeBSD.
    3. SwissKnife - Fast but got plug-in problem.
    4. QtParted - A Partition Magic clone using C++.
    5. Partition Resizer - Support multiple OS and NTFS.

    I hope you can try the apps above to manage your partition. Ermm...Linux handles partitioning pretty well i might ask, okay all of you get Linux!
    posted by Jamloceng @ 5:47 PM  
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