Generally speaking, one MBR disk on a computer consists of four primary partitions
or three primary partition and one extended partition among which extended partition
contains many logical drives. Commonly, one hard disk is composed of four primary
partitions to be activated as boot partition. As we all know that Windows operating
system is saved in primary partition as boot partition. If not, the Windows system
will fail to boot.
Once the partition is setting up, it is difficult to resize the system primary
partition, due to the Windows is not allowed to operate the booting partition. Even
by using the built in Disk Management, it is also quite hard and you need to
reinstall operating system. To ensure the performance of Windows operating system as
well as resize system primary partition, it needs the help of third-party software,AOMEI Partition
Assistant enables to resize partition without data loss and system
Low disk space to decrease the computer operation speed because of the excessive
installing of applications and software.
Some particular software requires to install on system partition which partition
space is small
One oversize partition is allocated at first, now need to resize partition to
make the best use of disk space
How to resize system primary partition without reinstalling Windows operation
system? Here is the step by step tutorial for this operation.Download it to have a try.
AOMEI Partition Assistant Pro Edition is an ALL-IN-ONE partition solution and disk
management tool for Windows 8/8.1/7/Vista/XP/2000 (all editions, support 32-bit and
64-bit). It allows you to resize/move partition, merge partitions, align partitions,
split partition, migrate OS to SSD/HDD, convert dynamic disk back to basic disk, and
so on. The most popular hard disk
management functions are brought together with enhanced data protection
including: Partition Manager Features, Disk Management Features, Easy Wizards.
Related articles of resizing system partition:
For Windows Server users, "How to Extend System Partition for Windows Server 2016?" is helpful.
For NTFS file system users, "Extend
NTFS System Partition without Restarting Computer" may provide assist.