How to Resize Partition in Windows XP 64 bit?

The advantages of Windows XP 64 bit

    Compared to the wildly-used Windows 32 bit operating system, Windows XP 64 bit provides better performance and room to grow for large-size applications and operating systems. Here are some of 64-bit advantages:

  •         First, Windows XP 64 bit OS support GPT disk that means you could use a hard disk which is larger than 2TB as a storage device.
  •         It is well known that 32 bit Windows can't address more than 2GB memory, while 64 bit Windows can use all the memory that is larger than 4 GB and it can support 32 GB memory at most.
  •         The notable advantage of Windows XP 64 bit is that it can work not only with 64-bit applications, but also with 32-bit programs without any limitations.

Resize Windows XP 64 bit with Partition Assistant

    Although there are so many great improvements in Windows XP 64 bit, the functions of the built-in Disk Management are the same as 32 bit. You still cannot extend/shrink/move partitions on Windows XP 64 bit. At last, the only solution to manage Windows XP 64 bit disk volume is to use third-party partitioning software.

    AOMEI Partition Assistant, as an all-in-one and easy-to-use disk management tool, provides comprehensive solutions to hard disk problems. The most significant point is that this tool can work well with both 32 bit and 64 bit. This article is going to introduce how to resize volume in Windows XP 64 bit with AOMEI Partition Assistant.

  1.         Launch AOMEI disk manager to get its friendly user interface. Right click the volume you want to work with and select "Resize" option in the drop-down menu.

  2.         In the pop-up window, drag the left slider bar rightwards to decrease volume space. Then click "OK" to continue.

Step3: After finishing step2, you can see the space of the drive you shrunk has been decreased. Then click "Apply" button to commit the operations.

    The above content mainly introduces how to shrink volume space in Windows XP 64 bit. For more information, you can refer to the following articles: