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Free Windows 10 Partition Tool

Updated on Dec 11, 2018 by Jean to Partition Manager

Use EaseUS Windows 10 partition tool to properly manage your Windows 10 computer and you'll be amazed at its extremely fast running performance after doing partition managements.

When do you need a free Windows 10 partition tool

  • Habitually store anything (data, files, applications and Internet downloads) in system partition causing most of the space stuffed so that the Windows 10 computer runs extremely slow.
  • The space of partitions is not efficiently allocated;partitions are not clearly labeled or classified logically, which are messed up.
  • To create one or two more partitions, change MBR status to GPT.

Anything else? As long as you want your Windows 10 computer to perform at the utmost, you need a partition tool. Of course, a free one is much more preferred. What is the highest recommended free Windows 10 partition tool?

The answer goes to EaseUS Partition Master Free. This software meets all the partitioning needs of Windows 10 computer. Besides, it's very user-friendly, and you won't get lost in it.

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 Windows 10 is supported

What does EaseUS free Windows 10 partition tool look like

You can easily use the software to handle operations like resize/move partitions, delete/merge/format/wipe partitions, convert into GPT/MBR/logic/dynamic and many more. Download and install this disk and partition management tool on your PC, then catch a glimpse of it by following the steps below on how to extend a partition.


Step 1: Launch EaseUS Partition Master

Run partition manager software

Step 2: Free up space to extend partition

If the hard drive has enough unallocated space to extend the target partition, jump to Step 3 and continue.

If not, free up space first:
1. Right-click on a partition next to the target partition and select "Resize/Move".
2. Drag the partition ends to free up space, leaving enough unallocated space behind the target partition, click "OK".

Free up space to extend partition

Step 3: Extend partition

1. Right-click on the target partition and select "Resize/Move".

Resize target partition

2. Drag the target partition handle into the unallocated space to extend partition.

Add space to the target partition

Step 4: Keep all changes

Click the "Execute Operation" button and click "Apply" to keep all changes.

Keep all changes for extending partition

If you want to learn more details about this powerful tool, go to read the EaseUS Partition Master Free User Guide for reference. If you have any question about the product, feel free to contact us in "Support and Community" at the foot of the page.

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 Windows 10 is supported