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G-Parted, a FREE partition tool! :: Archived
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PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2006 5:17 am
Post subject: G-Parted, a FREE partition tool!

This is a live CD partition tool and you all know how I like the FREE part..lol

A quick look at the GParted live CD

Thursday May 18, 2006 (02:01 PM GMT)

By: Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier

Need a way to resize NTFS partitions, mirror disk images, or otherwise muck about with disk partitions -- and don't want to use a proprietary package like Partition Magic? If so, the GNOME Partition Editor (GParted) is an excellent open source tool for the task. The GParted team released the GParted live CD version 0.2.4-2 this month, so I decided it was a good time to take GParted for a spin.

GParted handles Ext2, Ext3, FAT16, FAT32, JFS, ReiserFS, Reiser4, NTFS, XFS, and other filesystem formats. At a bare minimum, GParted can detect, read, copy, and create partitions using those file systems -- and, in some cases, can shrink, expand, and move partitions. See the features page on the GParted site for the full rundown on GParted's capabilities.


To read more and get the free ISO: Click HERE!

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