Disk partitions can be created, reorganized, and deleted using Gnome Partition Editor( Gparted ). It finds and manipulates separation furniture using libparted from the parted undertaking. Manage folder units that are not part of libparted can be managed using recommended file network tools.
Included are the following key characteristics:
- Make partition chairs, such as those for Msdos and Gpt.
- New Uuids can be created, deleted, copied, resized, moved, checked, specify, or labeled partition.
- Create the file systems for btrfs, ext2 / 3 / 4, f2f, Fat16 / 32, Hfs / Hfs +, Linux-swap, Lvm2 Pv, Nilfs2, Ntfs, Reiserfs4 and Xfs.
- split banners( such as shoe and forgotten ) can be enabled and disabled.
- align boundaries to cylinders or mebibytes( Mib ).
- Try to recover content from walls that are lost.
- supports component, motherboard Bios, and Linux application raids.
- supports all area dimensions( 512, 1024, 2048, and 4096 byte fields, for example ).
By loading from a press bearing Gparted Live, Windows, Mac Os X, or Linux-based computers with x86 and 64-core processors can use Gparted.
Everyone should have saved Gparted as a good piece of software just in case their complicated drive malfunctions. It has a ton of useful capabilities, excellent equipment guidance, and is very usable. Most importantly, and I can’t stress this enough, it’s’s incredibly simple to use!
- For Skylights, Gparted 1.4.0 – 6.
- Windows Xp,
- Windows 10,
- , Windows Vista
- Windows 8.
- 7 Windows
- most recent revision:
- November 16th, 2023, a Wednesday
- Theodore Hakvoort