MiniTool Partition Wizard Reviews

Partitions destroyed

Negative Review by Erqo
about MiniTool Partition Wizard Sep 2016

Minitool managed to destroy ALL my existing partitions when all I wanted was to hide one partition.
Blue screen of death.

I needed to boot in dos, using Testdisk to recover 3 of 5 partitions.
Using data recovery tools I could get my files from the other 2 partitions back.

But it was a case of disaster, I never once experienced with any other partition software.

[Edited by Erqo, September 11]

[Edited by Erqo, September 11]



Review by Lees
about MiniTool Partition Wizard Sep 2014

MiniTool Partition Wizard is a very good software


MiniTool Partition Wizard Pro Edition

Review by minitool
about MiniTool Partition Wizard Sep 2014

Partition Wizard Professional Edition is a Windows based best partition manager. It supports both MBR and GUID partition table format running on 32/64 bits Operating System including Windows XP, Vista, and latest Windows 7. Working as partition magic, Partition Wizard Business Edition provides powerful and professional functions to manage partition including Move/Resize Partition, Merge Partition, Change Cluster Size, Copy Partition, Create Partition, Delete Partition, Format Partition, Convert File System, Hide/Unhide Partition, Explore Partition, Change drive letter, Set active partition, Convert Dynamic Disk to Basic Disk, Surface Test, Change Partition Serial Number, Change Partition Type ID and Partition Recovery.

What's new in this version:

Version 8.1.1 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.


Esay to use, powerful, reliable, and free for home use

Positive Review by mll
about MiniTool Partition Wizard and Clonezilla, DriveImage XML Sep 2014

MiniTool Partition Wizard kinda saved made my life many times. Everytime I needed to migrate my boot drive, mostly. It is so easy. You use its Copy Disk Wizard, it takes care of all the rest, even resizing the new system partition. Even if you do it from your old system partition, it offers to seamlessly do the migration upon reboot.

It never failed on me, it's more simple and/or user-friendly than the famous DriveImage XML, or Clonezilla or other clone tools I could try, it looks like it's SSD-aware (I could see a checkbox for some SSD option), so I heartily recomment Minitool Partition Manager.