By Catherine / Last Updated February 25, 2020

As it known to all, Windows operating systems have built-in disk management tool, but it is far from satisfying for computer users to realize better partition management. It can only perform very basic operations. When come to advanced partition management operations, such as move partition, merge partitions or copy partition, it is powerless. So we have to use third-party software to realize advanced partition management.

AOMEI Partition Assistant is a third-party software. As the name implies, Partition Assistant is a software of partition management, which can completely displace the built-in disk management tool. What’s more important is that the Standard Edition is totally free for home users and business users, so we call it partition manager freeware.

Developed by AOMEI Tech Co., Ltd, which is young and energetic company of innovative hard disk partition management solution for home and business users all over the world. Partition Assistant is one of their products. In just a few short years, it had replaced the Norton Partition Magic. It is a rising star and it is getting more mature.

Then, let's see the detailed of Partition Assistant. First, download it, install and launch. Now we can see its interface:

Partition Manager Freeware

Its blue tones, linear disk capacity displays, and toolbar make it a good fit for office and similar suites, and the left-hand navigation panel and full menus not only display the program's features but make it a cinch to access them. Partition Assistant displays our system's three physical disks (SSD, HDD, and USB) as well as each disk's partitions.

It can create, delete, resize, merge, move, convert, hide, format, wipe, split, and copy partitions without data loss or corruption, on hard drives, flash drives, and similar storage devices. It works in Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7 and 8, both 32-bit and 64-bit editions.

This is a brief introduction to this partition manager freeware and its functions. If you want to get more information, please visit: /manual.html.