Partition Assistant

Partition Assistant Home Edition, a partition manager software, with a wizard, can help you, step by step, to expand the size of your selected partition.

It lets you manage partition, redistribute disk space easily.  Its features include: Extending NTFS system partition without restarting computer; resize and move partition to optimise disk space management; extend partition  merge two or more partitions into a larger one; split one partition into two or more; create, delete and format partition; convert file system from FAT to NTFS; wipe permanently sensitive data to anti-recovery; wipe hard drive, wipe partition; re-partition by drag and drop mouse on a disk panel; supports resizing NTFS and FAT32 file system. 

The  2.69 MB Free Partition Manager, Partition Assistant 2.6 Home Edition,  v2.6 (18 Nov 2010), for Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7 (Only 32 bit), a convenient and magical utility, can be downloaded at http://www.extend-partition.com/download/PAssist_Home.exe


Minus , launched very recently, appears be the easiest photo-sharing service offered on the web.

Minus helps to create and share galleries online –  “Drag your pictures pictures (docs, music, videos and other files are on the anvil) onto our homepage, and we’ll do the rest” say the developers of Minus. All images are hosted indefinitely unless deleted by the uploader or if it goes against the terms of service. Registration is free but not essential. However, creating an account and signing in can help you to track your galleries from anywhere on the go. 

The  maximum file size is currently  7 MB per image, and there can be a maximum of 50 photos per gallery only, and the file formats supported include JPEG, GIF, PNG, APNG, and BMP. Two unique URLs  are provided, one for viewing, the other for editing, renaming existing pics, uploading new images, etc. You can check out Minus at www.min.us 


ERUNTgui can help backup and restore the Windows registry. It is actually a front-end for the well-known registry backup and restoration app ‘ERUNT’  –  takes out the command line out of registry backups and replaces it with an easy to use interface, just a simple

Backing up your registry is needed to safeguard against unforeseen events that could mess it up. ERUNTgui makes registry backup (and restoration) a one-click affair.  It can also be used to setup automatic registry backups on each Windows restart, and also set the number of days going back that you would like to preserve backups for. Included in this package is a program for optimising the registry as well. The 1.82 MB  ERUNTgui for Windows NT/2000/2003/XP/Vista/7 can be downloaded at http://www.webng.com/krtech/programs/ERUNTgui.zip


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