How to resize my disk partition?

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Disk partitioning
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I want to shrink D drive to get an unallocated space to storage some files and make the best use of free space. I have tried Disk Management built-in Windows, but I don’t like it very much. Anyone can introduce some software for me to achieve this goal?

Software/Hardware used:
Disk Management or AOMEI Partition Assitant
ASKED: August 13, 2013  11:03 AM
UPDATED: December 20, 2013  7:58 AM

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  • Parition
    The built-in partition management of windows is limited by some functions. You can shrink you D drive by Resize Partition, after thar, you will get an Unallocated space, add it into C drive or create a new Partition. 
    Maybe a Partition Assistant will help you save a lot of energy, you can learn more tutorial and download a softwar on the main page of AOMEI Partition Assistant. goodluck!
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  • ToddN2000
    I have used a software package called Partition Magic in the past and had good results. You can check that out.
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  • Parition

    The built-in partition management of windows is limited by some functions. You can shrink you D drive by Resize Partition, after thar, you will get an Unallocated space, add it into C drive or create a new Partition. 
    Maybe a Partition Assistant will help you save a lot of energy, you can learn more tutorial and download a softwar on the main page of AOMEI Partition Assistant. goodluck!

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  • TomLiotta
    It looks like this is just another attempt to create an advertising thread for AOMEI. -- Tom
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