Although Windows Vista was ceremoniously released by Microsoft five years later than Windows XP, this operating system aroused much controversy not long after it was just released. Most common computer users thought Windows Vista is not a successful operating system, because it has many defects, such as poor compatibility, slow running speed, and resource waste. However, we can not deny this operating system because of the judgment from part users. I believe users who have used Windows Vista know this operating system also makes many revolutionary breakthroughs in some aspects compared with Windows XP, such as interface effect and security mechanism. Among these breakthroughs, Aero interface style which lets users experience more gorgeous desktop effect leaves a great impression on Windows Vista users. Furthermore, this interface style is applied to later operating systems, such as Windows 7. Therefore, Windows Vista is a successful operating system to a certain extent. Of course, Windows Vista had certain defects mentioned just now when it was just released, but these defects are understandable. As to compatibility, users should understand it, because any newly released operating system will encounter the problem of compatibility since the software on the market does not update in time.
Problems appear after we install Windows Vista
I believe users who have used Windows XP know this operating system only occupies little disk space. However, if we want to install Windows Vista, there must be available spaces whose size is about 15GB on the partition. Without knowing this information, some users install Windows Vista on the partition once used to install Windows XP. Under this situation, Windows Vista system partition may be out of space because users allocated little space for once used Windows XP system partition. At this time, most users want to change Vista system partition size with system built-in disk management tool. However, users who have used Windows Vista know this tool can not solve the problem of Vista system partition space shortage. Therefore, most users have to repartition the hard disk and reinstall operating system. Actually, there is another solution ignored by users, namely using partition magic.
Change Vista system partition size with Partition Resizing Software
After knowing partition magic can solve the problem of Vista system partition space shortage, some users are still helpless, because most users can not find a piece of partition magic that is suitable for Windows Vista. Today, I will recommend a piece of partition magic supporting Windows Vista - Partition Resizing Software. This is a professional partition magic with all-sided partition management competence, and it can run under Windows Vista perfectly. With it, we can change partition size in Vista without damaging data, solving the problem of Vista system partition space shortage easily. The following interface is the main interface of this partition magic:
Just like the above interface shows, we can change partition size in Vista even system partition by using the function "Move/Resize" of this partition magic. If you want to know detailed information about this partition magic, welcome to the website http://www.resize-partition.com/.