How to Extend C Partition with EaseUS Partition Master

  • RSS feed
  • Add Date: 2015-01-20 21:47:40  Update Date:2016-06-23 02:36:22

 

This article applies to:

EaseUS Partition Master (All versions)

 

Description:

 

The unallocated space must be next to the C partition if you want to extend a C partition directly. But, in most cases, there is no any unallocated space on your disk or it is not adjacent to the C partition, these videos show you how to extend C partition in different cases.

 

Case 1:

 

There is not any unallocated space adjacent to the "insufficient room" partition C. But the other partition E on the same hard disk has a large number of free spaces.

 

Solution:

 

 

Case 2:

 

There are some unallocated space can be used to extend C, but it is not close to C partition.

 

Solution:

 

 

Case 3:

 

There is not any unallocated space adjacent to the "insufficient room" partition C and the next E partition. But another partition F on the same hard disk has a large number of free spaces.

 

Solution:

 

 

Note:

 

In order to ensure a smooth and successful operation process and data safe, you may check the tips below before resizing/moving your partition:

 

1. Close all the other applications including the antivirus and firewall when running the software.

2. Please keep 5~10% free space as our product needs some space for data exchanging during resizing.

3. In order to ensure data safe, you'd better backup your data with backup software to a safe place before resizing, such as, EaseUS Todo backup.

4. If there is lots of data on the partition, it will take a long time to resize it. Please do not shut down or restart your computer manually.

5. If there is much data on the involved partitions, the resizing would take more time. In this case, we suggest you do the operations step by step. Apply the operations one by one.

Did this article help you?
Yes No  
What can we do to improve this article?
To protect your privacy, do not include your contact information in the feedback.