Partition Magic - Partition Manager Software

Extend partition with one step
Resize/Move partition without data loss.
Create, delete and format partion with simple steps.
Copy partition and disk to transfer data with ease. Support disk and partition size larger than 2 TB. Keep your data safe even in case of power outages or hardware failure.
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To merge a partition

  • 1. Select a disk and a partition that you want to merge with another partition.
    2. Click Partition > Merge.
    3. Click the Merge option you want.
    Do not merge two operating system partitions or two compressed partitions.
    4. Type a name for the new folder that will be created in the partition you are keeping, in the Folder Name text box.
    5. Click the file system type you want to use for the partition you are keeping. The NTFS option will automatically be selected if you are merging two NTFS partitions.
    6. Click OK.

    1. If you are using Windows NT 4.0, you should not merge two FAT partitions that will result in a FAT32 partition. Only Windows 95b or later, Windows 98/Me/2000/XP can access FAT32 partitions.
    2. If you plan to merge two adjacent NTFS partitions, they must be the same version type and have the same cluster size. If the cluster sizes are different, you will not be able to merge the partitions. See "Converting FAT/FAT32 Partitions to 4K Aligned" in the "
    About Convert" Help topic.
    To view the version type and cluster size of a partition, right-click the partition in the disk map, select Properties, then click the NTFS Info tab.
    3. In step 2, the contents of one partition will be moved into a folder within the other partition.
    4. Once you apply the merge operation to your system, there is no method for undoing a merge.

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