IM-Magic Partition Resizer v3.2 Released with Bootable CD Supported in Paid Editions

Summary

IM-Magic Partition Resizer v3.2 is released with bootable CD supported in paid editions, which is able to run from bootable CD, DVD or USB.

 

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IM-Magic Partition Resizer

21, February 21, 2017 – IM-Magic Inc. is pleased to announce that IM-Magic Partition Resizer v 3.2 is released with bootable CD supported in its paid editions. The new released version is able to resize hard disk, wipe disk / partition, copy partition, etc from bootable CD, DVD or USB drive without booting computer’s operating system.

Run IM-Magic Partition Resizer v3.2 from Bootable CD / DVD / USB

After booting computer, users are able to launch IM-Magic Partition Resizer v3.2 from bootable CD, DVD or USB to manage disk space or perform other operations, including:

  • Extend / shrink disk partition
  • Resize system partition
  • Wipe disk / partition
  • Copy partition
  • Delete partition
  • Format partition
  • Hide partition
  • Convert to FAT32 / NTFS
  • Convert to logical / primary partition

Advantages

Run partition magic software IM-Magic v3.2 from bootable CD / DVD / USB, users are able to perform any operation on system partition.

IM-Magic Partition Resizer Screenshot

IM-Magic Partition Resizer v3.1.0 Screenshot

Price and Availability:

IM-Magic Partition Resizer v3.2 is available for all Windows users including home user and Servers. For more information and free download the software, please visit:

IM-Magic Partition Resizer Pro is listed at US$29 for commercial users to resize disk partitions. Check for details and Download >>

IM-Magic Partiton Resizer Server is listed at US$99 for Windows Server users to resize server disk volume sizes. Check for details and download>>

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