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November 8, 2010

Aomei unveils new professional partition software version 2.5

Making, extending and shrinking partitions, and repartitioning without data loss

By CBR Staff Writer

Aomei Technology, a software provider specialising in hard drive partition management offerings, has introduced Partition Assistant 2.5, a new version of its professional partition software.

The updated version adds the feature of resizing a FAT32 partition and functions includes making, extending and shrinking partitions, and repartitioning without data loss.

The company said that the partition software is available in three different editions, which include home edition, professional edition and server edition.

The home edition is a free offering for home users and is able to perform operations, including resizing, creating, deleting, formatting partitions, permanent deletion of sensitive data and converting a file system.

In addition, the home edition performs operations not supported by Windows Disk Manager and supports 32-bit Windows OS and hardware RAID.

The professional edition supports both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows OS and is designed for IT business and enterprise use.

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The professional edition also adopts low-level commands, providing higher efficiency of all operations like partition hard drive and comes with a built-in Extend Partition Wizard, which facilitates the process of partitions management.

The server edition is an optimal server partition management utility for Windows system administrators and advanced users that performs complex partition operations without data loss, analyses sector-grade server data and supports Windows Server 2003/2008/2000.

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