EASEUS Partition Master Professional Edition 6.1.1 esteve disponível como oferta em 2 de setembro de 2010
EASEUS Partition Master Professional Edition é uma solução TUDO-EM-UM para particionamento e gerenciamento de discos. Ele permite que você extenda um partição, especialmente do drive do sistema, conserte problemas de pouco espaço em disco, gerencie com facilidade o espaço em disco na tabela de particionamento MBR e GUID (GPT) no Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista/ Windows 7 (tanto x32 quanto x64).
As funções mais populares de gerenciamento de disco estão aqui junto com um poderoso protetor de dados, incluindo: Partition Manager, Disk & Partition Copy Wizard e Partition Recovery Wizard. Além disso, você pode criar um CD/DVD de boot em caso de falha do sistema.
Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista/ 7 (x32 and x64); Windows Server 2000/ 2003/ 2008
Um software gratuito de recuperação de dados para recuperar até 1GB sem custo. Ele resolve todos os problemas de perda de dados - recupera arquivos exvaziados pela lixeira ou àqueles perdidos devido à danificação do sistema, formatação ou congelamento, ataque por vírus, partições perdidas ou outros motivos desconhecidos. Funciona com Windows 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / 2008 / 7. Ele recupera dados de partições formatadas com os nomes originais dos arquivos e atalhos de armazenamento. Além disso, este software funciona bem com discos dinâmicos e sistemas de arquivo RAID e EXT2/EXT3.
O EASEUS Todo Backup é um potente software GRATUITO de backup que fornece backup e restauração, backup e restauração do disco rígido e partições e clonagem de disco para proteger seu sistema e disco. Ele pode fazer o backup do PC inteiro, incluindo o sistema operacional, seus dados, aplicativos, configurações e todo o resto!
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Há mais DIAS para além DESTE, topam?
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Muito obrigado, pelo excelente programa!
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* Straightforward and fairly easy to use.
* Has the typical partition management tools (resize, format, delete).
* You can change the letter and name of a partition.
* You can copy a whole hard drive or partition.
* Supports hardware RAID.
* Supports MBR and GPT volumes.
* Works on hard disks of upto 2 TB in size.
* You can hide/unhide partitions.
* Has some "error checking" features.
* Has the ability to copy dynamic disks.
* Has the ability to recover deleted/lost partitions.
* Has the ability to defrag disks.
* Has the abilty to "rebuild MBR".
* Has the ability to securely delete/wipe hard drives.
* You can create a bootable disk.
* You can password protect the program.
* Only supports Windows based partition formats (FAT, FAT32, NTFS) - no Linux or Mac.
* The defrag feature does not allow the user to view any sort of "analysis" before conducting the actual defrag.
* Users can only securely wipe whole hard drives - can't chose to wipe individual partitions.
* Lacks the ability to create a bootable USB/flash drive.
* Bootable CD/DVD cannot support hardware RAID, GPT disk and cannot resize Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 system partition.
* Deleted/lost file recovery feature are no longer available (it was available in previous versions - they have been replaced with enhanced partition recovery features).
* The program window always opens up fully maximized.
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Comment by Karl @ ~13 - "Does anyone know if this Partition Master can delete the “HP Recovery Partition” drive D:\ from the older Windows XP sp3 OS without formatting the COMPLETE hard drive?"
Karl - In a nutshell - YES. Your question actually answers itself - NO - don't worry - I'm not being smart - In order to FORMAT the ENTIRE drive - you would first have to DELETE BOTH Partions & create 1 FULL SIZE Partition instead OR Delete Drive D: & Expand Drive C to fill the drive space left by D:\ . . . [[ I hope I made sense there :o) ]]
In other words - if you have 2 wooden boxes - C & D - in order for you to cover the space below the 2 boxes with 1 box - either BOTH must be destroyed & replaced with 1 full size box OR the second destroyed & the first extended out to cover where D used to be !
This is also true for backup drives which are hidden from windows all together ! - You may find you have a 3rd partition which would be Drive E: IF it were visible to windows - BUT even though it can't be seen - it still occupies drive space !
These hidden drives CAN BE SEEN by this software & so can therefor be UN-Hidden / Deleted / Moved etc. BUT be aware - these partitions are put there by the manufacturer & deliberately hidden so you DON'T KNOW they exist - for a reason !!! Usually on Laptops these days - most manufacturers try to save money by either making a single multi-language Recovery-Install DVD ( where all data is usually encrypted etc. & no file names - only numbers - in the case of Packard Bell ) OR they will NOT supply a Recovery-Install disk & instead - at first boot on the new machine - YOU the user are required to create the recovery DVD !
Either way - the size of Windows & ALL the bundled software etc. would never fit on 1 or even 2 DVD's these days - even compressed - so instead they HIDE THE BULK of the software installs etc. in the hidden partition - the DVD merely acts as the primary source & the key to unlock the Hidden installs - meaning - NO key DVD - NO ACCESS to the installs !!!
IF you DO have the DVD - I'd think twice or more before touching this partition as you may need it in future. ie - after a full system faliure / or because you intend to sell the Laptop & return it to it's NEW state !
If ... on the other hand - you have NO DVD - OR you are sure you will never want to "return to new" the hidden partition is pretty much wasting valuable disk space !
I've personally been building PC's / Hard Drives etc. for around 15 years now & a method I developed early on & has served meperfectly ever since is that I typically set ALL PC Hard Drives up as C: / D: / E: / F: / G: & H:
C: Boot Data ( 100mb )
D: Environment - XP / Seven
E: FallBack - Usually XP BUT in the past I've used 2000 - whatever the customer owns. Even Win 98 would work BUT it ould need updating with addons in order to read larger drives & those with NTFS File systems etc.
F: Programs - This is where Office & AutoRoute / Encarta etc. & ALL the GOTD Downloads are installed to . . . NOT Windows Drive\Program Files !!!!
G: Media Drive - All scans / photos / Films / Music etc - NOT in Windows \ Documents !
H: Virtual DVD - Stores setups / drivers & Backups etc.
& if the Hard Disk is BIG enough - drive I: purely for Backup !
WHY bother going to all this trouble ? Well - having learned from WAY to Many instances where a Windows crash has left everything LOST ! - yes there are softwares to get stuff back - BUT this way - if Windows crashes - load up the FallBack Windows - MOVE everything you need off the Main Windows Drive & Restore it - NO DRAMA !
PLUS - the only way to lose absolutely everything as with a single Drive C: is if the MBR ( Master Boot Record ) - the Index for the entire Hard Disk is damaged - & even then - There are 2 MBRs ( 1 as backup ).
This also DRAMATICALLY cuts the time of Defrags etc.& you can backup the stuff you need to - individually & quicker - AWAY from the Windows Drive.
I appreciate that this system is not for everyone - companies would NEVER do this - 'cos it's way to much work for them to bother with ! I've set up more than 200 systems this way & NOT ONE complaint - in fact in a few cases of Virus or system crash - it's proved a God-Send !
IF Poss - I do try to put the FallBack Windows on a second HDD even if it's only 3Gig in size - it's only there as a last resort !
As for Easeus PM - I used to use PowerQuest / Symantec Partition Magic - it was brilliant BUT as soon as I tried Easeus PM when it was given away here last year - I swapped to it FOR GOOD -- it is excellent. I wish I'd had it years ago. The list of Pros in Ashraf's post says it all ! I've found it streets ahead of others I've tried including Parttion Magic. Paragon is good BUT I prefer Easeus - it's much more No-Nonsense. It does what it's supposed to - WELL !
I hope this 6 page essay :o) . . . ( sorry about that ) was useful to some of you.
I know Bubby / Fubar & Mike will know way more than I can tell you BUT I'm just going on my experience & what's worked for me & my customers for 15 years !
Happy Partitioning !!!
Cheers for now
- - Mike - -
( Macs-PC )
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Very nice software, I didn't see a change log for EASEUS Partition Master 6.1.1 Pro vs. version 6.0.1 that was last on GOTD... one change I did see was Partition Recovery seems to be better integrated into Partition Master itself, getting rid of the drw sub-folder that held the separate app. The .ISO image used to burn a bootable CD is in the bin sub-folder in case anyone has problems with the EASEUS Bootable Media Builder, or would just rather use another burning app [there's a new version of the free ImgBurn out BTW]. There's a comparison chart showing the differences between the Partition Master Home (free), Pro, Server, Unlimited, & Tech editions, but in a nutshell you get 64 bit support & the bootable CD moving from the free, Home Edition to Pro. [http://www.partition-tool.com/easeus-partition-manager/comparison.html]
I use both Paragon's Partition Mgr & EASEUS Partition Master depending on the results I'm after -- I haven't seen a difference modifying or creating partitions, but when you do something like a partition copy, Paragon's apps tend to *fix* things, for example if/when you copy a system partition the Paragon app might set Windows to boot from that new partition, which I don't always want. EASEUS has a more down-to-business approach & GUI (which you may prefer, or not). Paragon has a better setup for creating bootable media, since it handles USB sticks as well as CDs [BTW I've had decent luck creating bootable USB sticks, substituting alternative boot CD images for whatever Paragon ISO comes with whatever Paragon app] -- however making the USB stick bootable can be done better using other apps/methods IMHO, making it more a convenience than a must-have.
EASEUS Partition Master comes with a pdf manual that explains a lot about partitions & why you might want to work with them. It used to be adding partitions to a hard drive was mainly so you could add another OS you could boot into, but with current drives between 1 & 2 TB, it's almost a necessity for maintenance as well as helpful for organization -- I'd much rather do a format or check the surface of a 100-200GB partition than I would a complete 2TB hard drive, & by keeping Windows & software on 1 partition, stored files on another [i.e. images, video etc], defragging the system drive is Much faster & more practical. That said, where you might have added a partition for better file/archive organization, with 7 you can sometimes substitute an easier to manage VHD [Virtual Hard Drive/Disk] [you can do it in XP as well -- it's just not built-in]. FWIW, while it's faster to just copy the file making up a VHD, EASEUS Partition Master Pro will copy the partitions inside a virtual disk just fine, along with AFAIK everything else it'll do on a real drive. Copying partitions can be handy for example when you're moving contents between VBox, VMWare, & Microsoft (or other brands of) virtual drives, while resizing their partition may be necessary if/when you want to move a virtual machine to Microsoft or Windows Virtual PC, which severely restricts VHD size.
All in all a Keeper in my book if you've got the disk space, i.e. aren't on a netbook or notebook with very limited storage.
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Comment by Francis @ No.18 said "Please help this newbie.
I am looking for a GiveawayoftheDay app, or freeware, which will allow me to create/store on a DVD (or flash drives) all that is currently on my hard drive, so that if the hard drive should fail, I could just pluck in the DVDs (or flash drive) and with a few mouse clicks restore precisely what was originally on the hard drive before it failed.
Will the discs created by Easeus Partition Master help in this regard, or do I need something else?
Hi Farncis Easeus Partition Manager is for copying a Hard Drive to Another Hard Drive OR Hard Drive Manipulation !
You require "EASEUS Todo Backup" which is linked at the top of this page to Backup & Restore your data to Optical Disc or USB Stick.
& the good news is it's FREE - ALWAYS !!!
Hope This Helps :o)
Cheers for now
- - Mike - -
( Macs-PC )
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V6.1.1 can do partition recovery (recover deleted or lost partitions) instead of V6.0.1 data recovery by Partition Recovery Wizard module of EASEUS Partition Master.
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