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EaseUS Partition Master Section


Merge feature enables to combines the disk space, which originally belongs to 2 adjacent partitions, into a single, larger partition. 

Please note that only NTFS, ReFS, FAT12. FAT16 and FAT32 partitions are supported. The order, in which 2 partitions have been chosen is important. You are always suggested to merge the partition with fewer data to the other one to save your time and effort. 

To merge partitions:
1. Select a partition and click Merge from the Feature List.
2. Select an adjacent partition to merge. 
3. Select to merge the space to 1 of the 2 specified partitions. All the contents on the other partition will be placed in a folder on the resulted jointed partition. 
4. Click OK when ready. All the introduced changes to the disk layout will be pended until applied in Pending Operation List.

EaseUS Partition Master supports merging partitions on basic disk only. It cannot merge dynamic volumes.
◆ You can merge the NTFS partitions of different cluster size. 
◆ The 2 partitions you select to merge must be adjacent. It means there should be no other partitions except for unallocated space between these 2 partitions. If there is unallocated space, they will be also merged into the resulted joint partition. 
◆ Only the non-hidden partition can be merged.
◆ The boot partition, system partition as well as the partition where EaseUS Partition Master installed cannot be merged into any other partitions. 
◆ The unused space of the operating partitions should be more than 5% of the total partition space.
◆ After merging a FAT 16 partition and a FAT 32 partition or both of the partitions are FAT16 file system, the file system of the resulted joint partition will be changed into FAT32 automatically.
◆  NTFS partition cannot be merged into FAT partition.