Disk partitions can be created, reorganized, and deleted using Gnome Partition Editor( Gparted ). It finds and manipulates split chairs using libparted from the parted project. Gear for managing register techniques that are not part of libparted are available as extra.
Included in the key functions are:
- Make split chairs( for Msdos and Gpt, for example ).
- Different Uuids can be created, deleted, copied, resized, moved, checked, 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.
- Separation banners can be enabled or disabled( for example, trunk and hidden ).
- align cylinder or mebibyte( Mib ) boundary partitions.
- Try to recover information from partition that are lost.
- supports appliance, chipset Bios, and Linux tool Raid.
- supports all area size( 512, 1024, 2048, and 4096 file sectors, for example ).
By running from a internet controlling Gparted Live, Windows, Mac Os X, or Linux-based pcs with x86 and 64-bit processors can use Gparted.
Everyone should have saved Gparted as a superb piece of software in condition their painful drive malfunctions. It has a ton of cool gear, excellent equipment support, and is extremely functional. Above all, it is incredibly simple to use, and I cannot stress this enough!
- Windows version of Gparted 1.4.0 – 6
- Xp of Windows,
- Windows 10,
- , Windows Vista
- Windows 8.
- Windows 7.
- most recent revision:
- November 16th, 2023, a Wednesday
- Theodore Hakvoort