How to Move Partitions in Windows 10 using Niobi Partition Editor

Managing hard drive partitions in Windows can be a daunting task, especially when you run out of space on your system drive. Adding more storage to your C drive may seem like a simple task, but when you have a recovery partition in between, it can become challenging. This is where Niobi Partition Editor comes in handy. In this post, we’ll show you how to move partitions in Windows 10 using Niobi Partition Editor.

Firstly, download and install Niobi Partition Editor on your Windows computer. Once installed, open the program and locate the partition you want to move. In our example, we have a C drive with a recovery partition in between, and we want to add more space to the C drive.

To move the partition, right-click on it and select “Resize/Move Volume”. A graphical interface will pop up, allowing you to drag the partition to the desired location. Once you have moved the partition, click “OK”. Make sure to hit “Apply” to save the changes.

After applying the changes, go back to Disk Management and check if the partitions have been rearranged. If not, click “Action” and select “Rescan Disks”. You should now see the partitions side by side, and the recovery partition is no longer in between.

Now that the partitions are contiguous, you can easily extend the C drive to include the unallocated space. Right-click on the C drive and choose “Extend Volume”. Follow the wizard to allocate the unallocated space and click “Finish” to complete the process.

And that’s it! With Niobi Partition Editor, moving partitions in Windows 10 is a breeze. No more worrying about running out of space on your system drive. Just remember, make sure to apply the changes and rescan disks if the partitions don’t update automatically.

In conclusion, we hope this guide helps you move partitions in Windows 10 with ease. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below.