Many Windows XP users are used to partitioning their hard disk to 2 partitions, namely system partition and data partition. However, with the increase of data, they will find it is more and more difficult to find desired data from lots of data. At this time, it is urgent to store data by category. To be specific, they had better store different data in different partition. However, under the situation where there are only 2 partitions, how can users store different data in different partition? They can split partition to get more partitions.
How to split partition in Windows XP?
Maybe, some users pin their hope on system built-in disk management tool, but users who are familiar with this tool know it does not offer the function of splitting partition. As a matter of fact, the best way to split partition in Windows XP is using third-party partition magic. As long as users download an excellent partition magic, they can complete this work easily and securely. However, which partition magic should users download since there is a lot of partition magic on the internet? Here, we suggest using MiniTool Partition Wizard, a piece of professional partition magic developed by the famed software development company MiniTool Solution Ltd.
Reasons for recommending MiniTool Partition Wizard
First of all, it is able to split partition in Windows XP and other Windows operating systems.
Secondly, operations are quite simple, and no professional knowledge is needed.
Thirdly, data security can be well ensured.
At last, it offers free partition management service.
Split partition in Windows XP by using MiniTool Partition Wizard
To use this partition magic, users need to download and install it to computer at first. For safe downloading, please visit http://www.partitionmagic.biz. After installation, run it to open the main interface:
In the main interface, select the partition which needs splitting and choose the function “Split Partition” to get the next interface:
Then, drag the button boxed with red line or input exact value to corresponding textbox to resize partition and click “OK” button to go back to the main interface:
Now, we can see the newly created partition, namely partition M. To apply this effect on computer, users should click “Apply” button to apply changes. After application, the work to split partition in Windows XP by using professional partition magic is finished.