Paragon Partition Manager Free

Paragon Partition Manager Free

2.5 stars

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2 (2)

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basic partition management tools Paragon Partition Manager Free is a simple partition management tool that supports basic partition management features. You can Create, Format and Delete partitions, optionally with the help of user friendly wizards. Although the GUI boasts many additional features, most of these are disabled in the free version. What you're left with is basically the same functionality that you get with the built-in Windows 8 Disk Management tools. In fact, if you have some unallocated space and want to add it to one of your existing partitions, you may want to go straight to Windows Disk Management since Partition Manager Free does not support distribution of unallocated space. If you are running an older version of Windows, Partition Manger Free may add some useful functionality but we could not find any reason to recommend this software over one of the many free competitors, which usually include many of the features the Partition Manager Free is lacking. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Paragon Software Group (3) Price Free (paid upgrade available)
Version 14.0 Last updated Dec 03, 2014
File Size 48.4 Mb Requirements None

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Eh .... 2 stars by gimpguy Sep 08, 2013 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
Ok, most of what has been said about this I'm not going to repeat so let me say, there are far better for free and fully functional. I was disappointed to see this freebie was more in the category of disableware. show Review details
Ok for free 2 stars by realbull2009250 Sep 04, 2013 (Read all my 60 reviews)
It's a good partition manager for people who want to create, move, resize, align, format and delete a partition. You can also covert file systems, too. Some other free partition managers can do the same. It can analyze FS integrity, support large HDs and has a boot manager to allow you to choose which OS you want to boot up. It's compatible with systems from XP and up, and supports MAC, too. The GUI is easy enough for beginners. I went to the website to find and compare the free version with the trial/paid about finding a needle in a haystack! It was really difficult to find. I guess it is to encourage people to download the trial version and buy it. From a business point of view it is understandable. There are many missing features, too many to list here. But the most significant features that are missing are no boot iso and you cannot copy or clone a HD to migrate to a new one. Because of these disadvantages, it is hard to recommend this over other free partition managers which can do the same and more. If you want to do any copying or backup you will have to install another one of their softwares. Mind you their software installs are quite large which go up to around 100 mb. No native 64-bit version. Also I contacted customer service to ask a question with no reply. Overall, it's a fair partition manager for small jobs, but you will need another one or try/buy the upgrade for more serious jobs. Visit their website to compare versions if you can find it. show Review details
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