By Dervish / Last Updated March 10, 2022

Why need free partition manager?

“Several days before, I was tired of the limited partitions. It is extremely inconvenient for me to manage my different files and programs. Sometimes, it makes me crazy, because I can't find the specific dataquickly. Meanwhile, the system is becoming slower and slower since the C drive is almost full of all types of files, which brings a big trouble for my work. However, i solved it easily by creating more partitions for different files with a powerful partition manager tool.”

From above, we can know that the reasonable partition numbers and sizes are quite important for managing personal data very well. With more partitions, you can use one for working files, one for system installation and another partition for entertainment files. Then, you can quickly find what you need. Besides, it is also an effective way to distribute personal data from the system drive to release much precious space, which can not only relieve stress of system partition to speed up computer, but also prevent data loss when system crashes. To complete those partition operations, a free partition manager tool might be necessary.

Find out the best free partition manager for Windows 7/8/10/11

As I mentioned above, I have found a great partition manager to solve my problems. Do you want to know? It is AOMEI Partition Assistant Standard Edition, which is free for all the home users. It supports the operating system of Windows 11/10/8/8.1/7/XP/Vista (32 bit and 64 bit).

Apart from the basic features for partition managements such as deleting, creating and formatting partitions, it provides some advanced and additional functions. For example, it is able to move partition, resize partition, merge two partitions, copy partition, wipe partitions, check partition for bad sectors, and so on. You just need to right click the target partition, choose the function you need and follow the hints to finish the task.

Operation On Partition Std

Besides, it is a free MBR to GPT converter, allowing users to convert disk between MBR and GPT without deleting partitions or losing data.

Last but not least, it comes with a clear and intuitive interface; even a green hand can operate it skillfully. And most of operations do not need to restart the computer, which saves a lot of time. Just several clicks or drags, all the task can be finished.

How to extend C Partition step by step via the free partition manager?

To use this free partition manager to extend C drive, you can first download it and then take the below steps.

Step 1. Install and launch AOMEI Partition Assistant. At the main interface, right-click the drive (ex: D) from which you plan to take free space to C drive, and select “Resize Partition”.

Resize Partition

Step 2. At the Move and Resize Partition, you are allowed to adjust partition size at will. Then click “OK”.

Shrink D Partition

Step 3. After the unallocated space has been generated, right-click C drive and select “Resize Partition”.

Step 4. At the pop-up window, drag the C drive to the right side to extend it sing the unallocated space.

Extend C Ntfs Partition

Step 5. When back to the main interface, you’ll the virtual result. Click “Apply” at the top-left corner to make it real.

Apply Resize Ntfs Partition

To extend C drive, you can also merge another partition to it via the “Merge Partition” function.

Merge Partitions

Don’t you find it is pretty easy to use the free partition manager program to extend C drive in Windows? If you’re a Server user, you can turn to AOMEI Partition Assitant Server edition which is a versatile partition manager for Windows Server.