Here's the thing: I have installed 3 disks and too many partitions on my computer. Besides, I have also created a virtual disk for testing hardware. Now, my disks and partitions are in chaos. What is the diskpart command that displays a summary of disks, partitions, volumes, or vdisks? Or, is there any other way I can view the full information of all drives so that I can better manage them? Thanks!
Oliver· Answered on Jan 26, 2024
To view a summary of disk, partition, volume, and vdisk, you can input the following command lines and hit "Enter" after each:
(Replace "disk" with volume and vdisk according to your needs.)
(The list partition command only works after selecting a disk.)
Besides using diskpart commands to view the information of your disks and partitions, you can also resort to third-party disk and partition manager software like EaseUS Partition Master.
It offers a user-friendly UI and powerful function that allows you to see information like disk health, permissions, storage space, temperature, drive letter, locked or not, rotation rate, transfer mode, etc., more intuitively.
Besides presenting information, the tool also offers multiple features that can help resize & move partitions, clone disks/partitions, convert VHDX from GPT to MBR, and so on. If you need a reliable and professional tool for management, EaseUS Partition Master can be your best choice.