When it comes to managing the data on your computer, most of us don’t have pleasant experiences. The job is a tedious one as organizing all the files you have lying around on your hard disk into different drives and folders to where they belong in something I’m sure nobody is fond of. However, this is a job that needs to be done eventually and often in order to make sure your computer doesn’t slow down and all the files are easily accessible. If you had a little help doing this, your job would be a lot easier. We would therefore like to introduce you to EaseUS Partition Master. Let’s get to reviewing this all in one partition manager.
For those of you who don’t know what partitioning is, it is the process of dividing your hard disk into a number of smaller local disks to keep your data more organized. Windows by default has a disk manager that allows you to shrink, expand or create partitions.
However, the default tool is a little difficult to use. That is where EaseUS Partition Master comes in handy. You can carry out a number of tasks using the partition master.
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- Create Partitions:
Have just one drive on your computer? Storing all the stuff in C:/ drive can cause your computer to slow down. So EaseUS Partition Master allows you to create multiple disk partitions from just one disk in easy and simple steps.
- Merge and Shrink Partitions:
Want to merge two disk partitions into one? You can do that easily with this tool without having to risk losing even one byte of your data. Not only that, you can also shrink an already existing partition to allow that shrinked volume to another disk or create a new disk altogether.
- OS Migration:
This feature comes in handy when you are upgrading your existing hard disk to a new HDD or SDD. You can then use the “Migrate OS to HDD/SDD” feature of this tool to migrate your whole OS to the new disk and get it up and running in no time.
Here are some additional features of the EaseUS Partition Master:
- Convert dynamic disk to basic
- UEFI & BIOD based hardware supported
- Support for external memory storage devices
- Resize dynamic drives
- Windows 10 compatible
So this was our review of the EaseUS Partition Master. If you too have been wanting to manage your disks, we suggest you give this tool a try. You can get EaseUS Partition Master free by heading to their website and downloading the free version. If you like the software, you can then proceed to buying its paid version.
So this was our review of the EaseUS Partition Master. Have any queries or something to add to the review? Get back to us in the comments below and stay tuned for more.
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