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del_undelHello There!

Here’s another part of the Tutorial Series of Partition Manager 10.

One of the basic tasks you can accomplish with Partition Manager is to Delete and Undelete a Partition.

Once a partition is deleted, it doesn’t mean its totally gone. Partition Manager only removes references to the deleted partition from the Partition Table, making its information inaccessible, it’s not gone but merely unavailable for the operating system.

To delete a partition:

delpart 1. Open Partition Manager.

2. In the Main menu, select Wizards, then Delete Partition.

3. Select a hard disk where the partition you want to delete is located, then click Next.

4. On the Merge free blocks options choose an option, click on the drop-down arrow and select your desired  option, then click Next.



5. Click Finish.

6. Click on Apply command from the menu to apply changes.

As I’ve said, the deleted partition wasn’t literally gone. Partition Manager only removed the references to it in the Partition table.

The removed/deleted partition can still be recovered through an advanced partitioning operation called Undelete Partition Wizard.

To undelete partition:

undel1. In the Main Menu, select Wizards, then go to  Undelete Partitions.

2. On the Welcome screen, click Next to proceed with the operation.

3. Choose a free block from a tree-structured list of available hard disks on your computer by checking their box, then click Next.

del_selectpart4. Choose for a Search method and a File system to specify the search, click Next and wait for search to be completed

5. Once the search has completed, select the partition you wish to recover and click Next.

6. Click Finish.

Congratulations! You now know how to successfully delete and undelete a partition!

Until Next Time 😉

Peter – Your Partition Manager Guide

upgrade to 10Hello Friends,

Do you already own a Previous version of Partition Manager? If yes you must be asking yourself is it really worth upgrading to Partition Manager 10?

I will tell you whats new and why I think its worth every penny to Upgrade to the New Partition Manager 10  and then you be the judge!

So What do you get when you upgrade to Partition Manager 10?

1. Recovery Environments on USB Flash Drives:

Performing a recovery operation and maintenance is now made fast, easy and reliable as Partition Manager allows you to create Linux/DOS bootable media on a USB flash drive. The recovery media can solve anything from fixing crashed operating systems, performing partition operations, accessing and copying vital documents when you have a system crash or hardware failure.

2. Full Support of the latest Software and Hardware:

Upgrading to  Partition Manager 10 offers full-fledged support for Windows Vista, 7, XP (64 bit version), the new GPT-formatted hard disks and the latest Linux-Kernel.

3. Express Create/Resize Partition Wizards:

Creating and Resizing your hard disk has never been quicker. Using a wizard, you can create a new partition in the most appropriate place in your hard disk, format it to NTFS and make it available in the system. Increase free space on one partition by taking the unused space of an adjacent partition of your hard disk with only a few mouse clicks.

Check the complete feature comparison of Partition Manager 10.0 Personal from the older version, Partition Manager 9.0 personal here.

Read more about Paragon Partition Manager 10

If you are ready don’t hold back,  enjoy the full features of Partition Manager by  upgrading to  Partition Manager 10.0 .

Until Next Time 😉

Peter – Your Partition Manager Guide