Windows 7 has been launched for a few months; many people have upgraded their Windows from earlier version or installed Windows 7 operating system. Of course, new Windows 7 is wonderful that there are new features and more advantages compared to old Windows, however, there is still a typical problem that botherd Windows 7 users.
If you are using Windows 7, sometimes you may find that the system partition become low disk space or the free space is insufficient. A basic installation requirement of the disk space is 16GB at least in Windows 7 and you may also install many other applications to lead the result of the disk space lower. How to solve this sticky business? You may bethink of backup important files, deleting all partition, recreate a bigger partition and restore previous backed up data. This is a time-consuming approach. As a result of fact, it is best practice to directly resize Windows 7 partition through third-party partition software like Partition Assistant to solve the problem faultlessly.
Many people might prefer to resize Windows 7 partition by using the Win7 built-in-Disk Management. In some occasions, Windows 7 cannot allow you to extend or resize partition because the menu "Extend Volume" option is grayed out unavailable. Therefore, third-party partition manager software is necessary choice to resize Windows 7 partition at this moment.
Partition Assistant is a comprehensive disk partition manager software, which is being widely used in various field for IT administrators and personal users. Its shining point is that it not only can create, delete and format partition quickly, but also resize, extend and shrink partition with all data protected in cases. That is to say resize Windows 7 partition is only one of the most advanced features, more features you can refer to the Partition Assistant Features page.
Following screen will assist you how to resize Windows 7 partition to get more free space.
You can learn more detailed knowledge from the article "How to use the Partition Assistant to resize a partition?". Anyway, you would benefit from the Free Partition Manager.