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Change Label/drive letter

Change label - Partition label is an optional attribute. It's a name assigned to a partition for easier recognition of your partitions. For example: the partition for important backup files can be called Backup, whereas an application partition can be named as Program and etc.

Change drive letter - some operating systems assign letters (C: D:) to hard disk partitions at startup. They are used by application and operating system to locate files on partitions.
Connecting an additional disk, as well as creating or deleting a partition on exist disks, might change your system configuration. As a result, some applications might stop working or user files cannot be opened. To avoid this, you can change partition letters assigned by an operation system.

To change partition label:

  1. 1. Select a partition whose label need to be changed. Click Partitions > Change label.
  2. 2. Enter a new label in the Partition label window.   
  3. 3. By clicking OK, you will add a pending operation.

To change drive letter:

  1. 1. Select a disk and a partition.
  2. 2. Click Partitions > Change drive letter.
  3. 3. Specify the drive letter you want to assign to the partition, in the new drive letter-drop down list.
  4. 4. Click OK to add the pending operation.

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