- This article covers three options for removing partition from SSD on Windows 10 and 11.
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With the increasing popularity of SSDs, users who have made the switch need to know how to remove partitions from their drives. Removing partitions from an SSD can provide more storage capacity and help speed up system performance, optimize data access times, and reduce write operations on heavily used disks. Additionally, properly partitioning an SSD allows users to make sure they get the most out of their hardware investment. Understanding why users may want to remove partitions from their SSDs is the first step in managing them efficiently.
Reading further will equip you with the knowledge and skills to easily remove partitions.
How Do I Delete or Remove Partition from SSD?
This part has three options for deleting partitions from SSD on Windows 10/11. All are free, but the first option requires fewer steps for beginners.
EaseUS Partition Master Free is a free and reliable tool to delete partitions from SSD. It is easy to use and provides an intuitive user interface, making it simple to partition, format, or resize hard drives. EaseUS Partition Master Free is ideal for home users and technical experts who can easily manage hard drives for the best system performance.
Step 1. Launch EaseUS Partition Master, and click "Partition Manager".
Make sure that you've backed up the important data before deleting any partition on your disk.
Step 2. Select to delete partition or delete all partitions on hard drive.
- Delete single partition: right-click on a partition that you want to delete and choose "Delete".
- Delete all partitions: right-click a hard drive that you want to delete all partitions, and select "Delete All".
Step 3. Click "Yes" to confirm the deletion.
Step 4. Click "Execute xx Task" and then click "Apply" to save the change.
0:00 - 0:26 Delete single volumes; 0:27 - 0:53 Delete all partitions.
Looking for a built-in utility without downloading? Disk Management is a built-in tool within Microsoft Windows that allows users to manage disk partitions and other disk information easily. It allows partitioning drives and changing their type, creating a new partition from scratch, extending or shrinking existing partitions, and various other disk-related operations. With it, users can remove existing disk partitions from their system.
To delete/remove partition with Disk Management, follow these steps:
Step 1. Click the Search icon and search Disk Management.
Step 2. Locate the drive you want to delete.
Step 3. Right-click the partition you want to remove and select the "Delete Volume" option.
Step 4. Click the Yes button to confirm. (All data on it will be erased.)
Once you follow these steps, the partition and data on it will be cleaned.
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This video will show you how to unpartition a hard drive, including SSDs, m.2 NVMe SSD, and HDD.
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Diskpart is a built-in disk management tool for Windows Operating Systems that allows users to view, manage and delete disk partitions.
To remove a partition on SSD Windows 11/10, with these command lines:
Step 1. Click the Start icon. Enter "Command Prompt" on the search box and select the "Run as administrator" option.
Step 2. On the cmd window, type the following commands:
Type diskpart and press Enter.
Type list disk and hit Enter. (It displays a list of accessible volumes.)
Type select disk N and press Enter. (N stands for the disk number. Select the targeted drive you want to delete.)
Type list partition and press Enter. (You can get a list of all the available volumes.)
Type select partition N and hit Enter. (Replace N with the volume number. For example, the command is ready to delete volume 2: select volume 2.)
Type delete volume and press Enter. (The command removes the partition from SSD.)
After you finish those steps, the partition and its stored data will disappear from the drive.
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FAQs about Removing Partition from SSD
What happens if I delete a partition of my SSD?
If you delete a partition from the hard drive, you will erase all data on it, and your drive will show as the unallocated space on the computer. You can use the unallocated space to create a new partition.
How do I unpartition my C drive?
To unpartition your C drive, you first need to open your computer's Disk Management tool. This can usually be found in the Control Panel or System settings.
Once the Disk Management tool is open, you should see all of the drives on your computer listed. Right-click the C drive partition and select deleted volume from the menu. This will unpartition it and make all available space unallocated. Finally, right-click unallocated space and choose New Simple Volume to create a new C drive partition which you can use as a single disk volume.
Is it good to have partitions on SSD?
In general, it is not necessary or beneficial to partition an SSD. Especially with modern operating systems such as Windows 10, users can manage their disk space by using the built-in tools for allocating and resizing partitions. Additionally, SSDs will always be limited in size, and creating multiple partitions is unlikely to significantly increase performance or storage capacity.
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