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EASEUS Partition Master Home Edition is a free disk partitioning utility that offers a range of powerful functions such as resizing partitions, copying partitions, creating new partitions, deleting partitions, formatting partitions, converting partitions, exploring partitions, hiding partitions, changing drive letters, setting active partitions, and a handful of other functions.
The free "Home Edition" cannot convert dynamic disk to basic disk, only the PRO-edition can convert and resize dynamic disks. Free "Home Edition" cannot resize dynamic disks.
For business users or who need an advanced partition manager, Professional Edition is your right choice.
One time purchase (perpetual license)
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I hate this app. I installed it to expand partition on my ssd and it took like 40 minutes to expand 17 gb of disk space. It's really really slow and the bad thing is that it also doesn't allow you to...See why people do not like EaseUS Partition Master 😡 Post your review
This comes bundled with a lot of advertisement crap. Be sure to select advanced install and deselect all but the core feature.
I installed this again as of October 8, 2017, and the only thing it came bundled with was another tool from the same developer. It's a one-checkbox affair – checked by default, but at least none of those "Deny means Accept" games. Unchecking the box and clicking "Next" installed no extra software.
It's not ideal, but much better than what other developers do.
Just checked there is still a bundleware installed by default.
Home version also won 't let you do anything with USB flash drives, requires license code.
The free edition of this software allowed me recently to shrink my system partition when Minitool, which I had been uting for years, failed (ntfsresize.cpp errors upon reboot, making the resizing fail).
I hate this app. I installed it to expand partition on my ssd and it took like 40 minutes to expand 17 gb of disk space. It's really really slow and the bad thing is that it also doesn't allow you to cancel the operation.
The free version is really slooooooooooow. It also says so on the product's website. That's probably why then don't give you an estimate while copying partitions, let alone MB/s stats.
I have tested the program (Home version) to extend a FAT32 partition and the programs hangs up on the 35%. I also tried with an usb, and happens the same.
EaseUS Partition Master is better than Window's built-in partition manager in every single way. It has plenty of features (including hard drive cloning, my personal favorite), the interface is logically designed, and its color scheme doesn't look half-bad either. It's nice to have a decent partition manager on Windows, so that I don't have to boot with my GParted bootCD every time I want to edit any of my hard disk partitions effectively.
Today (september, 2) have a free version of professional edition in giveawayoftheday (sorry for my english)
You cannot create a bootable CD to manage partitions with the free Home Edition
I see 2 disadvantages:
(a) You can only create a bootable CD to manage partitions with the Professional Edition, not for free.
If you need an application for partition editing usable for free with a bootable CD or working also with 64 bit operating systems, you must use Partition Wizard:
(b) After installation you have a directory C:\program, which the german Windows 10 prof. 64 bit suggests to rename to C:\program1, otherwise Windows-10-functions could be disturbed. But after renaming te directory EaseUS Partition Master doesn't work.
The reason for me to use EaseUS Partition Master was, that it is able to clone a bitlocker-locked partition. Because of the problem-directory C:\program I uninstalled EaseUS Partition Master and installed MiniTool Drive Copy, which also can clone a bitlocker-locked partition.
More powerful on resizing NTFS partitions than Parted appears to be.
[Edited by Shojimeguro, February 01]