When do you need to merge partition? Sometimes, one of the partitions will be running out of space, so users want to merge it with another partition. Besides, there may be two partitions which contain similar data, so users want to merge them. Through merging partition, users can expand the target partition. If users want to merge partition in Windows XP, it will be very easy for them to finish such task with MiniTool Partition Wizard Server.
With MiniTool Partition Wizard Server – a pay-for edition, users can merge two adjacent partitions in Windows XP smoothly without data loss. However, this function is just available for NTFS partitions. If users want to merge FAT partitions, they need to convert FAT to NTFS firstly. The following tutorial will show you how to merge partition in Windows XP with this software.
1. After users run the software, they can see the above interface.
2. Click “Merge Partition” in the left action panel.
In addition to choosing “Merge Partition” in the left action panel, users can click “Partition” -> “Merge” in the top menu, which can execute this function as well.
3. In this step, users need to select a target partition which they want to expand, and then click “Next” button.
4. Select an adjacent partition that users want to merge with the target partition and input a folder name to keep content of the selected partition, and then click “Finish”.
5. Click “Apply” to execute these changes.
After the above operations, the partition E: is merged to partition C:.
Users cannot “Merge Partition” with Windows Disk Management. Therefore, if you need to merge partition in Windows XP, you can buy it now.