EASEUS Partition Master 7.0.1 Pro estaba como Giveaway el día n 2 de febrero de 2011
EASEUS Partition Master Professional Edition es una solución TODO EN UNO de partición y la utilidad de administración de discos. Esto le permite ampliar la partición, especialmente para la unidad del sistema, solucionar problemas de poco espacio en disco, gestión de espacio de disco fácilmente en el MBR y la tabla de particiones GUID (GPT) en Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows 7 (de 32 bits y 64 bits).
El más popular de los programas de administración de disco duro es presentada junto con la protección de datos de gran alcance que incluye: Partition Manager, Disk & Partition Copy Wizard and Partition Recovery Wizard. Además, puede crear CD / DVD en caso de fallo del sistema de arranque.
Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista/ Windows 7 (x32 and x64)
Files can be accidently deleted, damaged by a virus or a hard disk failure, etc. However, less than 20% users back up their computers regularly. EASEUS Todo Backup Home is a free file backup and disaster recovery software, protecting your data, including photos, music, videos, documents, financial data and applications. Back up what you want, when you want.
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Comment by Jim @ No.6 = "Could someone explain in layman’s terms what this program does? How will it help my external hard drives?"
Hi Jim - The first thing I have to say to you & anyone else in your situation is - since you have no idea what this software is for - YOU SHOULD NOT USE IT on a main Hard Drive containing valuable Data !
First try it out on an old HDD on an old PC or Laptop to prevent accidents ! Practice makes perfect & all that !!!
Right - onto what it Is / Does . . .
Imagine you have a sheet of A4 paper - you fold it in half & then in half again . . . You STILL have ONE piece of paper BUT with FOUR separate sections ! This software does EXACTLY that to Hard Drives - only it doesn't have to be halves - it can be any size from about 5Mb upwards - ( smaller would be unable to contain relevant data & Format etc. ) - although the smallest I use is 100 Mb for my Boot Data Drive !
I've personally been building PC's / Hard Drives etc. for around 15 years now & a method I developed early on & has served me perfectly ever since is that I typically set ALL PC Hard Drives up as C: / D: / E: / F: / G: & H:
C: Boot Data - ( 100mb )
D: Environment - XP / Seven
E: FallBack - Usually XP BUT in the past I've used 2000 - whatever the customer owns. Even Win 98 would work BUT it would need updating with add-ons in order to read larger drives & those with NTFS File systems etc.
F: Programs - This is where Office & AutoRoute / Encarta etc. & ALL the GAOTD Downloads are installed to . . . NOT Windows Drive / Program Files !!!!
G: Media Drive - All scans / photos / Films / Music etc - NOT in Windows / Documents !
H: Virtual DVD - Stores setups / drivers & Backups etc.
I: & if the Hard Disk is BIG enough - purely for Backup !
WHY bother going to all this trouble ? Well - having learned from WAY to Many instances where a Windows crash has left everything LOST ! - yes there are softwares to get stuff back - BUT this way - if Windows crashes - load up the FallBack Windows - MOVE everything you need off the Main Windows Drive & Restore it - NO DRAMA !
PLUS - the only way to lose absolutely everything as with a single Drive C: is if the MBR ( Master Boot Record ) - the Index for the entire Hard Disk is damaged - & even then - There are 2 MBRs ( 1 as backup ).
This also DRAMATICALLY cuts the time of Defrags etc.& you can backup the stuff you need to - individually & quicker - AWAY from the Windows Drive.
I appreciate that this system is not for everyone - companies would NEVER do this - 'cos it's way to much work for them to bother with ! I've set up more than 200 systems this way & NOT ONE complaint - in fact in a few cases of Virus or system crash - it's proved a God-Send !
IF Poss - I do try to put the FallBack Windows on a second HDD even if it's only 3Gig in size - it's only there as a last resort !
As for Easeus PM - I used to use PowerQuest / Symantec Partition Magic - it was brilliant BUT as soon as I tried Easeus PM when it was given away here the year before last - I swapped to it FOR GOOD -- it is excellent. I wish I'd had it years ago. I've found it streets ahead of others I've tried including Partition Magic. Paragon is good BUT I prefer Easeus - it's much more No-Nonsense. It does what it's supposed to - WELL !
Easeus PM can be Installed & Run within Windows BUT I just make the CD version & use it to boot up the target machine - even then it's like looking at the Windows version - it's really well laid out ! ALL operations can can be carried out at this point including - Create a NEW 'Drive Structure' from scratch / Stretch & Shrink existing 'Drive Structures' / move a Partition from place to place on the drive - ( NOT to be done TO or BEFORE the Vista / 7 Partition ) - & tons more. It's a seriously POWERFUL & RELIABLE bit of kit . . . BUT It's laid out well enough that Learners can trial it too !
While Partitioning from within Windows - a re-boot is required to complete the process as Windows locks the hard Drive while it's in use ! Running from the CD @ Boot up completes ALL functions there & then because the Drive is not in use by anything else !!!
I hope this has been helpful for some of you :o)
Apologies for any Typos
Cheers for now & HAVE A GREAT DAY FOLKS !!
- - Mike - -
- Macs-PC -
LIVE in the UK ! :o)
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One thing I don't like, if someone is trying to monitor my computer. In order to install this program, you need to agree with the terms: they will be allowed to monitor some of your hardware and your software. Demographic reasons? That's what they say. I say ain't gonna happen.
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#6 - Jim -
I'm gonna attempt this in simple terms - the fact is you should read in depth about what you hope to accomplish before you begin. A little research before you start using a new utility will save you frustration later. I think that's true of most utility programs.
It does partition management to already formatted and partitioned drives. The typical use of disk partition software makes a disk ready to hold files. A disk needs to be addressed so it can hold files. A physical disk can be divided into 2 or more disks so you'll see C: and D: drives.
These drives can be organized to have all your documents on one - and the sytem on the other - or you can have 2 operating systems. There are different reasons for having Physical drives divided into "logical" drives (partitions)
This software does the operation on-the-fly. While your system is running - A pretty neat trick considering the computer is using the disk at the time you're changing it. So you can take your existing C: drive and change it while windows is installed. Merge existing logical drives, or divide up your C drive so you can organize stuff on a seperate drive located on the same physical drive. Keeping C: lean and storing all those huge media files on another area on the disk, for example, will help you organize for when you do back-ups and will improve performance of your computer.
I used this software to install a seperate operating system in which I can pick one at boot up. There are several things you can accomplish with this software - it's for disk management.
...using the second partition (ex: logical drive d:) on the same physical drive to back up data from c: is not a good plan because if the drive has a physical failure, you will lose the data on all partitions on that drive, both c: and D: - so research for your need - but grab this software today - it's a nice deal.
One thing to note - any time you use this software to make changes to a drive, that drive should be backed-up, or at least all important documents saved elsewhere - all partitioning software has occasion to chew up a few things it shouldn't - and it can make your data inaccessible. So a good back-up plan is always important.
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I have compared the Home User Edition and the Professional and there is no real difference other than the fact that the Professional Edition can create a bootable CD. The fact that it is suitable for bussinesses doesn't add up any new features.
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EASEUS makes awesome disk manager software - easily worth the full retail price which is $40 although it's on sale right now for $20
I've used this software in the past to do on-the-fly partition and boot management fot multiple OS's, and it worked flawlessly. If you check out the detials on the Partition Manager page, it does say it'll help you set up a dual boot system.
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