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Norton PartitionMagic 8.0

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Easily organize your hard drive by creating, resizing, copying, and merging disk partitions.

Features

Divides a single hard drive into two or more partitions
Lets you safely run multiple operating systems on the same PC
BootMagicв„ў makes it easy to switch between different operating systems
Allows you to copy, move, resize, split, or merge partitions as neededwithout losing data
How-to wizards guide you step by step through the partitioning process
Intuitive WindowsВ®-based browser lets you find, copy and paste files in both Windows and LinuxВ® partitions
Allows you to create and modify partitions up to 300 GB
Supports USB 2.0, USB 1.1, and FireWireВ® external drives
Supports FAT, FAT32, NTFS, Ext2, and Ext3 file systems
Converts partitions among FAT, FAT32, and NTFS without losing data
Allows you to enlarge an NTFS partition without restarting your computer
Resizes NTFS system clusters to the most effective size

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