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Jan 24, 2023 at 12:03 am #20755405AshrafKeymaster
Have something to say about Macrorit Partition Expert Server Edition 7? Say it here!
Have suggestions, comments, or need help? Post it here! If you know of better software than Macrorit Partition Expert Server Edition 7, post it here! If you know of issues with Macrorit Partition Expert Server Edition 7, post it here! Share your knowledge with all of us. :-)Jan 24, 2023 at 12:11 am #20755431ScottGuest
Who uses this kind of software, businesses? What business comes by shareware.com when they buy their own software? Not even a home business can use this.Jan 24, 2023 at 11:06 am #20758557DJGuest
Businesses are not the only entity who can use this type of software. Many of us have a NAS setup at home and this would fit in well, to keep an eye on our drives. That and there are many others out there who have 3-4 drives in their home computers for storage etc.
When you see the word “server” they do not always mean the big hulking racks of servers seen in many pictures and do not always entail just businesses.Jan 24, 2023 at 11:22 am #20758620DJGuest
P.S. Just to add. Just installed it on my home PC and it works well as I have 4 drives and want to add a fifth. Acts just like their Pro edition and only difference between this, and pro, is that that this edition will also run on Windows server edition software.Jan 24, 2023 at 12:38 pm #20758853GramorGuest
The program runs perfectly in home systems and offers all sorts of disk partition manager tools such as disk clone (for example to copy/move your EFI partition), partition merge, move and resize, gpt/ntfs and fat32 convert and format, check and defragment and is a must to have if you have several disks or operating systems and want to change/manage your partitions.Jan 27, 2023 at 7:47 am #20770479MarkGuest
Thanks guys, as always the user feedbacks is invaluable.Jan 28, 2023 at 8:08 am #20774484Peter BlaiseGuest
In response to [ @Scott] “… Who uses this kind of software, businesses? What business comes by shareware.com when they buy their own software? Not even a home business can use this …”
I guess you think it’s useless if the user is not in business?
How about computer techs, independent computer techs, including occasional self-supporting computer techs?
Can anyone imagine them using partition software?
Be aware that computer techs are an ad hoc non-group of independent self-employed servicers, and we love to test-drive new stuff that might empower us to solve problems for ourselves and for our clients.
And we then review and recommend it to others, based on our well-exercised hands-on experience.
I have found by endless comparison and iteration and failure and trying, trying, trying again, that Macrorit Partition Expert is the best software at the moment for cloning drives, intelligently, for example, when upgrading a tired old small HDD hard disk drive to a nice fast new large SSD solid- state drive, and having it work the first time – properly resized to fit different drive sizes between the small old source drive and the large new target drive, and aligning the target partitions to boot, depending on the drive type, hard disk drive or solid-state drive.
Works for me.
For me, nothing else has been successful at doing all that on the first try.
I’ve been using free Macrorit Partition Expert v5 on free Hirens’s Boot CD/USB Windows PE, so this v7, including a portable version that does not need ti be installed, with all features engaged ( that’s what ‘pro/business’ means ), promises even more savvy.
So, [ @Scott], try Macrorit Partition Expert, and then, tell us how it works for you.
And then tell us if you suddenly feel like going into business because you find Macrorit Partition Expert as wonderful as the rest of us find it!
Thanks as ever, Ashraf, for letting us explore this and share.