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Free Partition Manager for Windows 7 64 Bit

Updated on Apr 02, 2019 by Jean to Partition Manager

EaseUS Partition Master Free Edition is the best free partition manager for Windows 7/8/10 64 bit. You can use this partition manager freeware to resize, copy, create, delete, format, recover, convert, explore, hide, change, set active partition, merge partitions under your Windows 7 64 bit/Windows 10/8 etc OS now.

Video tutorial: how to use free Windows 7 partition manager

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 Windows 10 is supported

The best Windows 7 free partition manager software - EaseUS Partition Master Free Edition can be downloaded for free, performing some basic partition management tasks such as extending or shrinking partitions now. If you are a Windows 7, 8 or Windows 10 64 bit or 32-bit user, follow this video and manage the partitions now:

Steps to Use Free Partition Manager for Windows 7 64 bit

This free partition manager supports 32/64 bit Windows Operating System including Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7/8/10. Home users can perform complicated partition operations by using this powerful yet free partition manager to manage their hard disk. You can not only extend system partition (C: drive) but also resize other partitions by following the steps below:


Step 1: Locate the drive/partition

Which drive/partition do you want to adjust its size? Right-click on it and choose "Resize/Move".

choose the partition

Step 2: Resize the partition

You can either shrink the selected partition or extend it.

To shrink the partition, simply use your mouse to drag one of its ends into unallocated space. Expand the "Advanced Settings" list, where you can see the exact disk space for each partition. Once done, click "OK".

Fig. 1 Unallocated space before the drive.

drag the mouse leftwards to resize partition

Fig. 2 Unallocated space after the drive.

drag the mouse rightwards to resize partition

To extend the partition, make sure that there is unallocated space aside (if there isn't, follow the above steps to create some). In the same way, drag your mouse towards the unallocated space. Click "OK".

Fig. 3 Add unallocated space into the partition

drag the mouse towards unallocated space

Step 3: Apply changes

At this step, you will see the new disk partition information & diagram.

disk partition information after resizing

To save changes, click the "Execute Operation" button and then "Apply".

apply changes to the partition
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 Windows 10 is supported