EASEUS Partition Master Professional Edition 3.0.2

Software, System Tools. March 1, 2009 by PONARI.
EASEUS Partition Master Professional Edition 3.0.2
EASEUS Partition Master Professional Edition v3.0.2 | 38.69 MB


As Partition Magic alternative, EASEUS Partition Master is a comprehensive hard disk partition management software for Windows Server 2000/2003/2008 and Windows 2000/XP/Vista partition to Resize and Move, Copy, Create, Delete and Format, Hide and Unhide server and non-server partitions and much more. What's more, it works perfectly with hardware RAID and Windows 2000/XP/Vista (32 bit and 64 bit) Operating Systems. It contains both Windows Version and Linux Version to run bootable CD/DVD if computer crash occurred.

Key Features:
» Resize and move partitions without losing data
» Hard Disk Copy or Partition Copy Wizards - Easily upgrade/migrate hard drive or copy partition to protect data
» Copy with resize - Resize (shrink or enlarge) partitions and disks during copy process in order to fit target space
» Support hardware RAID
» Create, delete and format partitions with simple step
» Label partitions - assigned to a partition for easier recognition
» View Disk/Partition property of each partition
» Hide and unhide partitions - protect important data from unauthorized or casual access
» Set an active partition - specify one partition to be the boot partition
» Creates a bootable CD/DVD to manage partitions easier and faster
» Powerful safety features protect you against system failures while partitioning
» Step-by-step wizard walks you through partitioning process
» Preview any partitioning tasks before completing it
» Change cluster size automatically and manually
» Undo feature any partition step
» Support hard disks from 2 GB to 1.5 TB
» User-friendly interface

homepage - http://www.partition-tool.com/
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