Add Unallocated Space to System Partition Windows 7

Unallocated space is the volume which is not formatted, so you can add it to another partition to increase the space of that partition. Usually, you may want to add unallocated space to system partition on Windows 7 because it shows low disk space alert message on the partition. Simply say, you can move existing unallocated space to extend system partition on Windows 7. Or you can also shrink partition to create unallocated space and then add it to C drive on Windows 7.
In order to add unallocated space to system partition C in Windows 7, the first point is to make sure there is unallocated space on your computer.

How to Get Unallocated Space in Windows 7?

Method 1: shrink partition with Windows 7 Disk Management
Method 2: Delete volume under Disk Management on Windows 7
Method 3: partition tool to squeeze unallocated space from Win 7 volume

When referring to get unallocated space in PC that runs Windows 7, those three methods mentioned above are widely used by computer users.

Method 1: shrink partition with Windows 7 Disk Management

If you want to create some unallocated space on Windows 7, the most common method is to shrink partition that has lots of free space. You just need to access Windows 7 Disk Management and then right click the partition you want to shrink and finally select Shrink Volume option so that you can get some unallocated space.

Method 2: Delete volume under Disk Management on Windows 7

The benefit of creating unallocated space by shrinking a partition is that you will lose any data. However, you may find a problem that you often fail to add the unallocated space to the C partition since it is not contiguous to the C drive. In order to resolve this problem, somebody would like to look for a partition magic to move the unallocated space close to the C drive. However, somebody does not want to rely on any partition software, so they usually choose the second method to create some unallocated space on Windows 7. They usually move all data from the partition behind C drive to another partition and then delete the partition behind the C drive. With this methods, the unallocated space usually display behind C drive so that you can easily add it to increase size of the C drive.

Method 3: partition tool to squeeze unallocated space from Win 7 volume

You can use partition tool which is compatible with Windows 7 to squeeze unallocated space and then move the unallocated space close to system partition.

Add Unallocated Space to Windows 7 System Partition

As mentioned above, you have to make sure that the unallocated space is adjacent to the system partition if you want to add it to this partition. You have two choices to add unallocated space to extend C drive on Windows 7.

Method 1: Windows 7 disk management extend volume to add the unallocated space C drive

Right click the system partition after move the unallocated volume close to it and then select the Extend Volume option so that you can add the unallocated space to the selected partition.

Method 2: Partition manger for Windows 7 to move unallocated space to system partition

Partition manger for Windows 7 works similarly to the disk management to help extend system partition with unallocated space.

Windows 7 Partition Tool to Extend C Drive with Unallocated Space

Are you searching for a useful partition tool for Windows 7, with which you can extend C drive with unallocated space? IM-Magic Partition Resizer Free is free partition software which supports to shrink volume, move partition and extend partition without having any influence on original data or your computer.

resize partition

Download IM-Magic Partition Resizer Free Edition

download free windows 10 partition software

Don't Forget to Share This Article with Your Friends

More Related Articles You May Like

Related Product

Copyright © 2015 IM-Magic Inc. All rights reserved. Windows® is trademark of Microsoft Inc., and Partition Magic® is trademark of Symantec Inc registered in the U.S. and other countries . IM-Magic's software is not developed by or affiliated with Microsoft nor Symantec Inc.