Any Suggestions for How to Create Partitions on SSD

I have a 500 GB SSD, and I need 2 partitions. I want one 120 GB partition and another one to be 380 GB. Can I have some directions on how to create a partition? Thanks for reading.

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Roxanne· Answered on Dec 20, 2023

If you are in a situation like getting a new SSD or having your SSD format, you may need to partition your SSD before using it. Furthermore, according to the feedback from users who have partitioned their hard drives, disk partitioning can apply to having better organization, easier backup, installation of multiple OS, and higher protection of critical data.

Then, how to create partitions on SSD? This article will offer two workable and efficient methods to meet your demand for partitioning disks perfectly. Read on and find more details.

Note: Normally, it won't lose data during the partition process, but backing up the whole hard drive data in advance can avoid unexpected accidents.

Method 1. Partition with EaseUS Partition Master

This process is complicated for some users who haven't partitioned hard drives before. Don't worry. You can seek help from the professional partition software: EaseUS Partition Master. Apart from helping users to partition SSD quickly, it also offers various solutions to partition scenarios, such as resizing, recovering deleted partitions, and checking the partition error.

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Follow the tutorial to see how to create partitions using EaseUS Partition Master:

Step 1. Open the Partition Manager section on the left panel of EaseUS Partition Master. Right-click on the unallocated space of the target SSD and choose "Create."

Step 2. Set the partition size(you may adjust to 380GB or 120GB according to your demand), drive letter, partition label, file system, and more in the Advanced Settings. Click "OK" to determine.

Step 3. Finally, click "Execute 1 Task" and "Apply" to complete the partition process. (Repeat the steps to get more than one partition. )

Repeat this process again to create the second partition.

Method 2. Create partitions via Disk Management

There is a Windows built-in tool that can help you with the partitioning. Here is how to do so:

Refer to: How to Partition a Hard Drive with Disk Management

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