MiniTool Partition Wizard Free (formerly MiniTool Partition Wizard Home Edition)
Even if your machine's CPU is capable of putting on a good show and the memory unit processes info fast, without a healthy hard disk drive the overall performance is greatly reduced. Luckily, with the help of specialized applications such as MiniTool Partition Wizard Home Edition you can keep an eye on your hard disk drive's status to maximize potential and make your computer run smooth.
Visually appealing and easy to user
Running the application gives you a feeling that you already know what needs to be done and where functions are placed. The interface put at your disposal sports a modern and fresh look, with buttons cleverly arranged and emphasized by intuitive icons.
A center list displays all detected storage devices, along with info such as free/used space, file system, type, as well as status. Processes can easily be put in motion from the application's context menu, or having an element selected after which you choose options from the toolbar.
Thoroughly manage your storage devices
This particular edition of the application only comes equipped with several functions. For example, dynamic disk operations, merging partitions and conversions are only available in more advanced editions.
However, it does let you take advantage of some useful features. You are still able to format drives, have their content copied, change the label, perform a surface test and several others. In addition, you can put a few wizards to good use in order to copy partitions, disks or even recover the whole content of a partition.
Keeping you on the safe side
Once you select the desired operation to be performed, it only gets placed in a queue until further notice. This comes in handy, as no changes are actually made to drives until the “Apply” button is pressed, thus preventing any accidents from damaging your stored data.
To end with
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Partition Wizard Home Edition is an application mostly suitable for your home computer, as the name suggests. You don't need any previous experience to put its features to good use and after a try you might decide to keep it around.