As technology becomes increasingly complex, and more and more apps are introduced every day, it becomes increasingly desirable to separate one’s favorite programs into their own slots on a hard drive. There are programs that require a great deal of text; others that crunch numbers; and still others that require a great deal of RAM memory for games. Many of these programs often reside on the same computer.
Why would you want to partition (divide) your computer hard drive into several sections? Imagine that you walk into your bedroom closet as you are getting ready for work. Your closet contains all your clothes for every occasion – sporting events, evening wear, office work – along with your shoes, ties or scarves, handbags and other accessories. If you have not taken the time and effort to separate your clothing and accessories into logical sections, getting ready in the morning might mean doing battle with a large collection of mismatched items, digging in every nook and cranny looking for a misplaced necktie, and otherwise greeting the day with frustration. So it is with your computer. The computer is either your best friend or your worst enemy. Ideally, your computer is your assistant, a source of information for the busiest executive, the workhorse of the student, or the right hand of the physician. The computer can perform an unimaginable array of functions that previously could only be done by hand.
Partitioning the hard drive means separating it into slots dedicated to particular programs, including those programs operating system, if different from other programs. Such partitioning serves to keep program files near each other, so as to facilitate access. In an unpartitioned hard drive, with time, program components tend to be fragmented, and deposited in errant locations on the hard drive. This is why it is often desirable to perform a function called “defragmenting,” which essentially eliminates program fragmentation by making their component more cohesive on the drive. Partitioning tends to protect program components, keeping them in their own slots on the drive. This is similar to storing each program on its own hard drive. This improves computer performance.
EaseUS is available as a free download, as well as a paid version. For help and support, you can send questions by email, as there is no phone or live-chat capability. That may be viewed as a slight inconvenience, but the overall ease of use is such that support may not be of paramount importance.
Overall, EaseUS Partition Master rates very highly as compared to others that offer similar features. For user-friendly instructions, to the number of features, EaseUS stands as one of the best in the industry.
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There are several software programs that deal with hard drive partitioning. Among them is EaseUS which has garnered rave reviews for its powerful features, including creating and removing partitions, resizing and merging partitions, the ability to erase partitions and remove its data from the hard drive, and the ability to hide a partition. It is this organizational capability and ease of use that makes EaseUS a standout in the industry. Moreover, the software also allows for the recovery of data, as well as backup of information and defragmentation, all of which provide for a more efficient working environment.
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