Have you been looking for a tool that will take your partitioning foo to the next level? If you are an amateur looking to get started, or a seasoned pro looking for your next software-based sidekick, let us introduce you to EaseUS Partition Master for Windows, offering both free and professional versions.

One of the most important aspects of this software is the fact that it’s entirely free! That means free to download and free to use. It’s not one of those “free, but there is a charge associated with it” deals.

EaseUS Partition Master Free

With the free version of EaseUS Partition Master will get have the ability to essentially manage your drives and partitions as you see fit. That is inclusive of creating, resizing, moving, merging, and formatting capabilities. It also offers all of that functionality and compatibility with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and, of course, the latest Windows 10.

It may seem hard to believe, but the free version is actually fairly fully featured, meaning you will be getting a lot of power. You will have the ability to merge partitions as well as check those partitions for any disk errors on the partitions that you choose to troubleshoot. Format and deletion are also available allowing you to work with HDD, SSD, SD cards, memory cards, and USB drives.

You will have management tools to change the label of a partition, wipe it entirely, and even have access to clean up and optimization tools allowing you to clean up junk files and extra-large files that will ultimately free-up storage space.

As you can see, extremely powerful for most people but it does come with certain limitations if you aren’t putting your money where your mouth is. With the free version of EaseUS Partition Master, you won’t be able to apply its magic to drives larger than 8TB. You also won’t have support for Managing Dynamic Volumes or Windows Storage Spaces and certain migration features are disabled.

EaseUS Partition Master Pro

As you may have guessed, EaseUS Partition Master Professional comes with everything that those using it free will get but it also fills in the gaps and gives access to the tools that are missing from within the free version.

It gives access to Manage Dynamic Volume functionality, allowing dynamic disks to be resized, moved, cloned, creating, formatted, deleted, and explored. It allows you to migrate an operating system to an HDD or SSD with all-inclusive settings without having to reinstall Windows.

It allows you to manage virtual disks created from free space. It also allows changing the MBR system into GPT, and vice versa, without any data loss occurring. You will also get access to command line support to allow you to manage your disks from the terminal.

Finally, in addition to all of the free things you can access, EaseUS Partition Master Professional allows you to create a WinPE bootable disk and allows you to access drives of unlimited storage space rather than being limited to the 8TB cap.

Conclusion

If you are a standard, every day, home-based user, then EaseUS Partition Master Free is going to likely be more than enough tool for you to sink your teeth into. It will handle all of your partition needs, frequent or infrequent, with skill, power, and poise. And it’s free. You can download it from here for free now.

If, however, you are a business user, or a professional who deals with this stuff on a daily basis, the Professional version is worth every cent for the upgrades that you get. Perhaps most importantly, both versions have something in common; reliability. And that is one of the most important characteristics of any software tool.

EaseUS Partition Master Professional would normally set you back $59.99 with lifetime upgrades but EaseUS is making available a special discount for RedmondPie.com readers where you can grab it with 50% off right now from here.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post but we don’t get any commission from sales made on EaseUS Partition Master.

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