How to Capture Unallocated Partition Space in Windows 7

Have you upgraded to Windows 7? Or are you using dual-boot systems? We know many people might have two systems on their pcs. How to make space to install Windows 7?

Resizing server partition, be free to follow this tutorial: resize server partition

unallocated space to resize

resize move partition option

As soon as you do, you’ll see the Move/Resize Partition dialog box, where you can resize the partition either by typing the appropriate numbers in the text boxes or by simply selecting the marker at the beginning of the partition and dragging it all the way to the left.

claim the unallocated space

drag the partition toclaim the unallocated

operations to apply

reboot the system

Partition Wizard will prompt you to restart the system so that it can perform the Move/Resize Partition operation.

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Delete XP or not?

When trying Windows 7, some users keep xp and then the computer becomes dual-boot system; some users would like to delete Windows XP. What about the free space on the hard disk after deleting XP? This article will tell you some useful programs to resize partition no matter to keep XP or not.

If you want to stay with the old Windows XP and try Windows 7, you might need some partition software like Partition Wizard Home Edition (freeware) to shrink a big partition and create a new partition for Windows 7 installation with the unallocated space. Here is a tutorial to resize partition with Partition Wizard Home Edition.

Many people migrate their system from Windows xp to Windows 7 and then deleted the old XP after installing Windows 7 64bit, you might notice that there are free space if you deleted Windows XP. How to claim the unallocated space in Windows 7? All you need is some free program to do the trick.

Windows 7 64bit partition software

Here is a list of partition software which is Windows 7 supported:

Partition software

Windows 7 supported

Partition Wizard Home Edition (free)

yes

Paragon Partition Manager ($39.95)

yes

Easeus Partition Master Home Edition  (free)

yes

Acronis Disk Director Suite ($49.99)

Not yet

Gparted (free)

Not yet

Ranish Partition Manager (free)

Not yet

Partition Magic ($69.95)

Not yet

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