Wednesday, November 22, 2017

How To Create Partition in Windows

Best tips on how to create partition in windows xp, 7, 8 and 10 and storage devices - Easy step by step instructions to create partitions in windows xp, 7, 8 and 10.


How to create partition on windows
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Computer problems and difficulties are not the same, others will require expert knowledge while others you can do them yourself without paying thousands of rands but only if you know how to do it because you can end up destroying up your pc. Now I will show you how you can easily create a partition of your hard drive with few simple step. There are three simple ways you can achieve this tasks, The first simple one will be through your windows explorer, second one be through cmd or by the use of special partitioning softwares available online free or paid.

But now I will choose the simple one of using windows explorer... Step one... On the left pane of windows explorer, right click “This Pc” then click “Manage” then click “Disk Management” then it will display a list of drives available or attached to your pc. After that you will choose the drive you want to shrink then it will be “c”, Right click on it then click on “Shrink Volume” then it will ask you how much space you want shrink.

Enter the amount of space you want to shrink then click “Shrink”. Remember you did not yet created a partition but created the space for your new partition, Then on the the same drives screen you will now see the space you shrinked from drive “c” then that space will be used to create your new partition. Now that we have space for our new partition....Right click that new “Unallocated space” that you shrinked then click “Create partition” so now you can select the whole unallocated or even create two partitions on it by allocating the size of your new partition....Now you can click “create” then your new partition will be now created and will appear on the list of drives available on your pc. Now you are done creating your new partition, Feel free to post a comment if you need more information about this topic.

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