How to Solve Windows 7 C Drive Full While D Almost Empty?

December 23, 2014

The problem of Windows 7 C drive full, but D partition empty bothers many Windows 7 users all the time. I have found an easy way to solve this problem with the help of AOMEI Partition Assistant.

I have a one year old laptop with Windows 7 system. After running such a period of time, the C: drive is too full to run some applications but partition D: is empty. When I want to launch some applications from C: drive, it will pop up a window with error warnings that the drive is full to run. I’m very worried that the system and applications installed in C: drive can not be used anymore. At the same time, I do not dare to delete some files in C: drive which may result in problem to launch my computer. What should I do?

After reading some information from blogs and forums, I realize the same question also the trouble of many Windows 7 users. Then, how to move free space of D: drive to extend C: drive? I find a solution to deal with this problem easy than I thought.

Comparing to the XP/2003, Windows 7 built in Disk Management allows people to resize partition. But there is a premise that need a free space adjacent and behind the drive needs to extend. Or you need to delete the existing partition to get an unallocated space. But this operation is time wasting and risky. For this limitation, I choose to use third-party software to help me out.

AOMEI Partition Assistant Pro Edition is the latest partition magic for Windows 7. It contains many basic and advanced partition operations. With the help of resize/move partition, I can easily and safely solve Windows 7 C drive full problem.

With the friendly interface of Partition Assistant Pro Edition, you can follow the guidance easily to solve Windows 7 C drive full problem, even for a green hand.

Interface of Pro

Here is the step by step tutorial to extend C drive. You can have a look at.

Tips: If you are Server user, AOMEI Partition Assistant Server Edition can help you.