How to partition a disk with Windows disk management tool?

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There is 100 GB in my C:/drive,i want to split it into several disks to make my PC works more smoothly .It is said that Windows has its own disk management tool. but i heard it's complex and limited in usage. could u please offer me some other good methods. Thanks!

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Thank u,TomLiotta,Thanks for your kind help.

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  • TomLiotta

    Since you've been posting against multiple old questions with no purpose other than to promote a product, there's no reason to think that this is a valid question.

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    It good for everyone to come here and communicate with those people whose favorites are similar to theirs.so,it REALLY hurts nobody!@TomLiotta NIMA
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  • TomLiotta

    Tell you how? That's easy. Go to Microsoft's Create a New Partition on a Windows 7 Hard Disk page and follow the instructions.

    But because this site is intended for IT pros, you're already expected to know things like how to search for information ( see the Site FAQ, which you're also expected to read). Simply copying information to here that already exists elsewhere and is easily available doesn't do anyone any good.

    Now, if you try documented procedures and run into a problem, then that's what this site is intended to help with. IT pros who have problems in their work are expected to come here.

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    It good for everyone to come here and communicate with those people whose favorites are similar to theirs

    That's not quite true. As the Site FAQ explains, the site has a particular audience in mind. It's not a site intended for "everyone". It's not a training site, and it's not intended for general or home users.

    Of course, anyone can come, can ask and can comment. But posts are regularly removed or modified if the content doesn't fit the Site expectations. Understanding the first couple sentences of the Site FAQ tells why.

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