Users often need to enlarge drive C because system volume is easy to be lack of partition space. There is a great advantage for users to increase drive C. If drive C is full, our computer’s running speed will become slower than before. Therefore, extending drive C can improve running speed of computer and reduce our waiting time.
Certainly, users can enlarge drive C by using Windows built-in small tool – Disk Management. However, users need to delete the certain adjacent partition on the right side of the system drive in order to release unallocated space if there isn’t unallocated space on the right side of drive C. This may be a little troublesome for some users, especially for users who aren’t familiar to computer operations, to finish this work. What’s more, since users need to delete the certain partition to get unallocated space, this operation will make users lose all data on that partition if they forget to make a data backup in advance.
With regard to this, we suggest users that they use MiniTool Partition Wizard to enlarge drive C by simple steps. The useful function of “Merge Partition” in this partition manager can help users extend system volume with ease.
If users want to enlarge drive C, they need to pay attention to these two points:
Note 1: MiniTool Partition Wizard Free doesn’t support “Merge Partition” function, so, users can choose other editions of this software to increase drive C.
Note 2: “Merge Partition” function of this tool only supports merging two partitions formatted with NTFS. If users’ partitions are formatted with FAT, they can use “Convert FAT to NTFS” function to change file system in advance.
1. Choose the system partition after launching MiniTool Partition Wizard.
2. Click “Merge” from tool bar.
3. Click “Next” to continue.
4. Select a drive to merge with drive C and click “Finish”.
5. Click “Apply” and choose “Yes” to execute pending changes.
Users can get MiniTool Partition Wizard and use it to enlarge drive C on their own right away.