Windows 10 is a series of PCs operating systems produced by Microsoft. Furthermore, it is a part of the Windows NT family of operating systems. Today, I am going to address the people who want to make Partitions in Windows 10. So, Let’s get started.
Steps To Make Partitions in Windows 10 With Disk Management
You can follow the steps written below if you want to make partitions in Windows 10 With disk management for free. This tool is 100% free.
- Head to Start Menu/ Search Tool
- Search “hard disk partitions”
- Enter the Windows 10 Disk Management interface
- Right-click the hard disk option
- select “Shrink Volume”
After that, enter the amount of space you want to shrink in MB as shown below. Afterward, click on the “Shrink” button.
- Right-click on the unallocated space
- Select “New Simple Volume”
- Click Next
- Specify Volume Size
- Enter the New Simple Volume Wizard interface
- Assign the Drive Letter or Path
- Then format the partition into NTFS, the default file system
- Click Finish
- Here You Go
- You have completed creating a new partition in Windows 10
Furthermore, you can follow the same steps to create more partitions. These partitions can store and keep your personal files and folders. Moreover, they can organize your Windows 10 laptop or PC more efficiently. In addition to that, you can also download Partition Management Software in order to make partitions. So, If your computer has only one partition now, you can create more partitions on Windows 10 for better management of your data. This will help you organize and manage all the important files. However, Do remember to backup important data before you do any operation to your hard disk drive or Windows 10 partition. Otherwise, such operations may damage your files or data.
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