Explore FAT and NTFS partition

In some cases, our computer may fail to boot after virus infection or improper operations. And if we want to continue disk partition management in boot mode, the first thing you need to do is to make sure which partition is partition C, D, E, etc… So that we won’t bring further mistakes to our disks and partitions. In addition, even when we operate disk partition management at normal situation, we can check the files in a specific partition instead of opening Windows Explorer.
 
Next, we will show you how to explore partitions with MiniTool Partition Wizard.
 

How to Explore Partitions with Partition Wizard

 
As is known to all, MiniTool Partition Wizard has being a great software in managing computer hard drives, most users use it to extend system partition, to migrate OS to SSD or another HDD, to convert dynamic disk to basic, etc….Really user-friendly and efficient.
 
MiniTool Partition Wizard support explore FAT and NTFS partitions (the most common used file systems). To explore partitions, first of all we should launch this freeware and then choose the partition we would like to explore.
 
By right-clicking the target partition we just choose “Explore” from the pop-up windows.
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This is the end of how to explore FAT partition as well as the NTFS partition. You may also have found that there is a feature called “Explore Volume”, and this feature is used to explore dynamic volumes. The way to operate it is just the same with explore FAT and NTFS partitions.
 
Note: If you want to explore a partition under boot mood, you will need to download the bootable edition to create a bootable media ,and then you can carry out partition explore.
 
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