Recently I switched my hard disk from Hard Disk Drive (HDD) type to Solid State Drive (SSD) for better performance. I have 6 GB RAM in my HP Pavilion DV6t model which is capable of running HP LoadRunner, HP UFT, Adobe Photoshop CS2, Visual Studio, MS Office 2016, Browsers, and Social Media apps. I got this SSD for better performance and speed. The size of the SSD is 240 GB. When migrating the OS from Windows 7 to Windows 10, I bifurcated the SSD into C and E drive 120 GB respectively.
After few days I realized that 120 GB will not enough if I install other huge programs. Then I searched and stumbled upon this Windows 7 disk manager called AOMEI Partition Assistant software.
About AOMEI Partition Assistant software
AOMEI Partition Assistant software is a freeware program which will help you to partition your hard drive without any data loss. It is completely free for personal and commercial use. You can resize/move partition, merge partition, copy disk/partition, migrate your OS to SSD, create/format/delete partition, split partition, make bootable CD wizard, quick partition, command line partition and many more tasks.
Download this free partition software which is 8.35 MB file which supports Win 7/8/8.1/10/Vista/XP (32/64 bit editions).
If you need additional features, AOMEI offers three different editions: Standard, Professional, and Server. Professional edition costs you US $44.1 (Lifetime free upgrade) for 2PCs/License whereas Server Edition is US $144 (Lifetime free upgrade) for 2 Servers/License with 90 days money back guarantee. Above prices are limited-time discount, actually price varies.
AOMEI partition software is easy to use. GUI is clean and minimal with well documented help manual. The feature I like is: wizards. If you want to accomplish one task, you can do it quickly by few clicks.
Once you installed the software, launch it from Start menu or from desktop icon. Click on Wizard menu where you can see various options which will help you to accomplish the intended task quickly without any expertise required.
To the left of above screenshot, you can see there are two groups available: Wizards and Disk Operations. The options under Wizards and Disk Operations also helps you to do the task for you. Also you can do the disk operations by right clicking on the disks. I suggest you to do a backup before you commence any operations. This software works pretty well with MBR or GPT disk type as well small or large disk size.