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VNU Net: Powerquest PartitionMagic 6.0 Review

Nov 20, 2000, 14:28 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Paul Rowlingson)

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"The latest version of the world's most trusted partioning program has arrived, with many new features that help to improve its functionality. Now with native support for both Windows 2000 Professional and ME, PartitionMagic 6.0 allows for much greater control over the partitioning process, yet retains the simplicity which makes it so popular."

"Several new functions have been added in version 6.0, the most important of which is the ability to split FAT and FAT32 partitions, enabling the user to have far greater control over how their hard drive is organised. Add to this the ability to now undelete FAT, FAT32, Linux ext2 and NTFS partitions that were previously deleted (as long as the space has not been reallocated or writtten over), and there really is no need to be afraid of experimenting with your partitions."

"Whether you are experienced at managing partitions, or you're a beginner looking to optimise the functionality of your hard drive(s), you won't find a better application for the job. With its ability to manage partitions on the fly, and even undelete partitions, there is practically nothing that cannot be achieved with PartitionMagic."

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