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EASEUS Partition Master Home

Type of Program: Disk Partition
Supported Platforms: Win XP/Vista/2k
Company Name: YIWO Tech Ltd
Version: 3.5
Price: Freeware
Installed Size: 37 Mb

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The installation of EASEUS Partition Master Home is easy and intuitive, you can place the program files where you want them. At the end of the install EASEUS Partition Master Home asks whether you want a Desktop or Quick Launch icon, a nice touch, the asking part.

Here is what the company says EASEUS Partition Master Home will do:

Disk Copy
Partition Copy
Resize/ move partitions
Create partitions
Delete/ (delete all) partitions
Label partitions
Format partitions
Check partitions
Partition scheme
Explore partitions
Convert partitions

It supports these file systems FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS. It supports these types of hard drives IDE, SATA, SCSI, USB removable hard disk, and Firewire. The smallest capability is 2 GB and the largest is 1.5 TB. EASEUS Partition Master can support 32 disks at most.

So here we are at the nits and gritties. The question is why should you use EASEUS Partition Master Home instead of some other product that you can pay for or the built in partition tools in your system? Here is what I think, first of all I'm using Vista and the built in tools are at best confusing and if you go to the Help file you had better be connected to the Internet because to understand anything you will be sent to an even more confusing webpage.

So now the choices are EASEUS Partition Master Home or pay $70 for Partition Magic or other high priced software. In my mind it is a no brainer. EASEUS Partition Master Home is easy to use, the interface is intuitive, the Help section is well made and informative.

In conclusion if you are going to add a new drive to your system get EASEUS Partition Master Home, if you are going to do things with a RAID configuration cough up $39.95 for EASEUS Partition Master 3.5 Professional Edition this software is the real deal!

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Reviewed by Joe Tex


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