Extending partition in Windows 7

Have you come across the problem that the space of a partition is going to run out? If the answer is yes, enlarging partition space is necessary for you.
Extending partition in Windows 7 can help users to solve the above problem safely. It’s troublesome for users to extend partition when there is no contiguous unallocated space on the disk. At this time, our partition extender – MiniTool Partition Wizard can be the best choice for the users to enlarge partition space. A series of simple operations in our MiniTool Partition Wizard could realize expanding partition without losing data.
How to achieve extending partition in Windows 7 with our partition extender? The steps are as follows:
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First, run MiniTool Partition Wizard to get the main interface and choose the target partition which will be extended. Let’s take partition F: for example.
Then, there are three ways for users to realize extending partition in Windows 7, namely choosing “Extend Partition” from the left action panel; clicking “Partition” from the menu bar and choosing “Extend” from the dropdown list or right clicking the target partition and choosing “Extend” from the popup menu.
Next, open the dropdown list of “Take Free Space from”; choose a partition or an unallocated space to take free space and drag the sliding button leftwards or rightwards to decide how much space to take; after that, click “OK” to go back to the main interface.
Then, click “Apply” to keep all of the changes to the computer.
Next, choose “Yes” from the popup dialog to apply pending changes.
Finally, choose “OK” to go back to the main interface when the “Successful” popup dialog comes out.
At present, users can see the space of target partition has been changed clearly.
Now, users may want to achieve extending partition in Windows 7 via the third-party tool – MiniTool Partition Wizard eagerly after reading the above content, if there is necessity to extend partition. Thus, we would like to suggest users click here to enter the page they need.


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