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Re-structure Your Hard Disk With Wondershare Disk Manager Free

Wondershare Disk Manager is designed to be a simple to use application to manage and copy hard disk partitions. Its wizard driven interface helps all level users to re-structure their hard disk for maximum use. You can use it to create, resize, rename, delete, copy, or hide partitions without any complexity.
The main use of Wondershare Disk Manager Free:
  1. Create a new partition or re-partition your hard drive
  2. Delete any or all partitions.
  3. Extend a partition to a larger size or reduce a partition size without losing data.
  4. Copy a partition and all files in it for backup
  5. Recover lost partitions and files in it
  6. Convert FAT to NTFS or vice versa without data loss
  7. Hide (and unhide) partition to prevent unauthorized access
Wondershare Disk Manager Free can be downloaded free at source here (Required a free registration to use the tool in its full capacity).


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