How to Move Partition in Windows 10?

Brithny updated on Dec 09, 2019 to Partition Master | How-to Articles

Why need move partition in Windows 10

Hi guys, do you know how to move partition Windows 10? Why? According to some computer users’ feedback, sometimes it can be really annoying when we have no way to move partition in Windows 10. But why we need to move a partition? 

To make full use of computer space while managing partitions. When your computer partitions go out of space, the computer running speed will slow down and the system will warn you with “low disk space” notice. To solve such a problem, the basic solution is to extend the partition or increase partition space. Other partition management tasks including merge, combine or increase partition size all need enough unallocated space. When there is not enough unallocated space right behind the to-be-managed partition, to move partition which is not allocated yet is exactly what you should do.

How to Move Partition in Windows 10

Then how to easily move partition in Windows 10? I want to move my partition E which is empty now behind partition D so as to enlarge D drive which is running out of space now. So how can I complete this job?

Facing such a problem, some users may try to delete partition directly instead of moving partition on the computer for that disk management tool does not support to move partition for resizing or reallocating partition. Any other recommended solutions? Sure! A professional partition tool can help. This tool is offered by the EaseUS software, named EaseUS Partition Master, aiming to produce professional solutions for managing partitions under different Windows OS including Windows 10.

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 Windows 10 is supported

Steps to move partition in Windows 10:

Step 1. Locate the Target Partition

To start extending partition, you should first launch EaseUS Partition Master and locate the target partition which you would like to extend.

Step 2. Extend the Target Partition

If there is unallocated space left on your disk, use the Resize/Move feature to extend partition with the following tips:

1. Right-click on the target partition which you would like to extend and select "Resize/Move".

Select target partition to extend

2. Drag the partition panel rightward or leftward to add unallocated space into your current partition and click "OK" to confirm.

You may also use the Partition size option to adjust and extend the target partition.

Extend target partition with unallocated space

If there is no unallocated space on your disk, use the Allocate Space feature to extend the desired partition with the below tips:

1. Right-click on a partition with enough free space and select "Allocate Space" so as to allocate the free space to the target partition.

Select partition to allocate space

2. Select the target partition that you need to extend. And drag the partition panel rightward or leftward so as to add space allocated from the source partition to the target one. Then click "OK" to confirm.

Allocate space to extend partition

Step 3. Execute Operations to Extend Partition

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

finish extending partition

See? To move partition in Windows 10 is so easy. You can also apply EaseUS Partition Master to help you solve other more partition problems. And if you wanna try a free version, EaseUS Partition Master Free will offer you free partition tool to manage Windows partition with ease. 

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