GNOME Partition Editor GParted is a powerful cross-platform application that allows you to create resize and remove partitions on your Linux system while preserving the partition contents. The file formats it supports include btrfs ext2 ext3 ext4 fat16 fat32 hfs linux-swap lvm volumes ntfs and xfs. Here we show you how to create and resize partitions with GParted. A Quick Disclaimer Before you proceed please back up all your important documents if you plan to test this on your primary disk. Meddling with partitions is not safe and could potentially destroy all the data on the drive. The8230 Read more.
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