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Can’t even find the settings. You’ll never find them in the drop-down menu until you click them, which requires yet another mouse click. Gotta be a joke. And how is “Change the color” on the drop-down menu? I’d like to change the color of the fonts and highlights… the rest is fine. Please go back to the Dark Ages before they offered POP-UP menus. It’s now live-update… get it? That’s your actual feedback.
Why do you need 3,000 keystrokes to drag and drop a single partition, when there’s no logic in the main drop-down menu except for “Check disk space”. How about displaying the names of the drives, not the icons? We just had an intruder, and I needed to keep track of the drives as well as their partitions.
The program runs on Windows XP, so it’s alright for that. But you shouldn’t support that old OS for to store data. Take your programs to a newer OS. You can download virtualbox or something and run Ubuntu or a MacOS inside it to access your data, while running Windows as a guest.
MiniTool Partition Wizard is partition manager software that provides you complete control over your hard disk, allowing you to effortlessly organize and manage drives. The program provides a plethora of sophisticated capabilities for total management over hard drives and partitions. MiniTool Partition Wizard Pros user-friendly interface allows you to resize partitions, create new partitions, and remove and format existing ones. It enables you to divide, combine, or format the hard disk without losing any data. Not only that, but it also allows for fast copying, removing, or reformatting of partitions. Although the Windows Disk Management tool is the primary partition management tool in Windows. This program, however, only offers a few basic functions, such as removing and combining various partitions. Even if you use Disk Management to execute these actions, it is possible to lose all data on the hard disk.