How to Partition disk in Windows 7, 8 and 10

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    You don't need to install windows OS again to make a partition or use a software to partition your hard drive. Windows OS has a features to partition your hard drive and isn't hard and usually take only a few minutes to do.

    How to Partition disk in Windows 7, 8 and 10






    How to Partition disk in Windows 7, 8 and 10
    1. For Windows 7 click start -> Control Panel -> Administrative Tools and click Computer Management and new window will appear. Or just use the search and type Partition


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    2. Under Computer Management click Disk Management


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    3. In Disk Management, right-click the volume that you want to shrink, and then click Shrink Volume. In our example we use C drive.

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    4. Now enter the amount of space to shrink in MB in our example, I inputted 10000 and click Shrink.

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    5. A new unallocated space will appear

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    6. Right-click to unallocated space and then click New Simple Volume and Welcome to the New Simple Volume Wizard will appear just click Next
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    7. Specify the volume size of disk in MB, if you don't want to change just click Next

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    8. On the Assign Drive Letter Or Path page, specify your desire drive letter and then click Next.


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    9. Choose whether you want to format this volume then click Next

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    10. Click Finish and windows management tool will now show the space configured as a new partition.
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