Parted Magic — a package of utilities for working with hard drive-based bootable CD Linux. Allows you to perform various operations on partitions and supports a large number of file systems. Parted Magic — partition manager based on Linux, working with the LiveCD, USB-drives or over a local network. Supported by any data operations — move, delete, restore, cloning partitions, etc. Besides, Parted Magic allows you to configure the operating system, as well as access the Internet using the included dristributiv browser Firefox. Parted Magic supports file systems ext2, ext3, ext4, fat16, fat32, hfs, hfs +, jfs, linux-swap, ntfs, reiserfs, reiser4, xfs.
Format internal and externa
l hard drives;
Move, copy, create, delete, expansion and contraction of partitions on the hard disk;
Cloning hard drives to create a full backup;
Verification of hard disks and diagnostics;
To check the memory for bad sectors;
Benchmark your computer to assess its level of work;
Delete all data on the hard disk without the possibility of recovery;
Provides access to the hard disk when not zagruzayutsya systems, is saving important data;
Boot from CD / USB memory, then can work without CD / USB;
Supports network connections.
PartedMagic has the tools to get the job done. With the Partition Editor you can re-size, copy, and move partitions. You can grow or shrink your C: drive. Create space for new operating systems. Attempt data rescue from lost partitions.
Clone a computer’s entire disk or a single partition. The cloned data could be saved as an image-file or as a duplicated copy of the data. The data could then be saved to a locally attached storage device, an SSH server, a Samba Server, or a Network File System share. The clone file can then be used to restore the original when needed.
PartedMagic allows you to easily reset or change Windows passwords. Recover lost files. Rescue files from devices with disk read errors.
PartedMagic comes with easy to use solutions for conventional overwrite. Internal Secure Erase. Wiping of only Free Space.
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