AOMEI Partition Assistant 10.2.3 (All Editions) Crack is an easy to use all-in-one Hard Disk Partition Software. It offers various free partition management features for both all home users and commercial users. AOMEI Partition Assistant guaranteesthe full features for creating, resizing, moving, copying, deleting, wiping, aligning, formating, merging, splitting partition and more.
Built-in step by step wizards realize you to easily finish complex operations including copying partition, cloning entire hard disk.
AOMEI Partition Manager enables you to extend the available space on hard disk quickly for improve the capacity for the original partition.
AOMEI Partition Manager Features:
Resize and move partition without data loss.
Merge adjacent partitions into one.
Merge unallocated space to a partition.
Split one big partition into two or more.
Allocate free space from one partition to another.
Copy (Clone) partition to new hard drive.
Align partition to boost performance and lifespan of disk.
Change partition type ID and change serial number.
Linux partition management: create, delete, format, wipe, copy, recover Ext2/Ext3 partition, etc.
Create more partitions even without unallocated space.
Delete, format and wipe partition easily.
Convert primary to logical partition and vice versa.
Convert FAT partition to NTFS file system.
Change partition label and drive letter.
Hide and check partition, wipe unallocated space.
Set active partition and view partition properties.
Disk Management Features:
Copy (Clone) disk without reinstalling Windows and applications.
Convert MBR to GPT disk and vice versa.
Rebuild MBR to repair or add boot code.
Delete all partition on a disk directly.
Wipe hard drive to permanently erase sensitive data.
Disk surface test to check and fix bad sectors.
View disk properties.
Extend Partition Wizard: built-in “Extend system partition” and “Select any partition”.
Disk Copy Wizard: built-in “Copy Disk Quickly” and “Sector-by-Sector Copy”.
Partition Copy Wizard: built-in “Copy Partition Quickly” and “Sector-by-Sector Copy”.
Migrate OS to SSD or HDD: system migration to solid state drive or hard disk drive, and support MBR and GPT disks.
Partition Recovery Wizard: recover lost or deleted partitions with ease.
Make Bootable CD Wizard: create Windows PE bootable media without having to install AIK/WAIK.
Windows To Go Creator: Install Windows 10/8 to a USB flash drive or a removable disk
Improved algorithm to ensure a faster and safer process of moving partition.
Enhanced data protection technologies to keep data safe.
Flexible and adjustable drag & drop interface makes the complicated simple
Preview any partitioning tasks before apply to the hard disk.
Provide option to shut down the computer after completing all operations.
Support all hardware RAID, such as RAID 0, 1, 5, 10, etc.
Support virtual disk partition in VMware, VirtualBox and Virtual PC.
Support most HDD standards, such as IDE, SCSI, SATA, SAS, SSD, USB 1.0/2.0, IEEE 1394 (FireWire)
Support removable device, such as USB flash drive (New!), memory card, memory stick and so on.
Support file systems including FAT, FAT32 and NTFS.
New! Support MBR disk and GPT disk up to 4TB.
Support up to 32 disks in one system.
How To Install?
Install the program from the given setup.
Don’t run the application yet and close from system tray or task manager if running.
Extract “keygen fix” to any directory.
Use the keygen to generate the key. Select your edition.
Paste the provided key into program.
Boom! Now you can use the program without any interruptions.
Creates Windows to Go drives from non-Enterprise versions of Windows
Wizards hide main program
Sometimes confusing language
AOMEI Partition Assistant (All Editions) Crack interface will be familiar to anyone who’s used such a utility in the last decade or so. There’s a list of tasks to the left and a pane displaying your system’s drives and partitions to the right.
Simply choose the drive or partition, then apply an action from the task list. It’s all perfectly simple, assuming you understand drives and partitions. The wizards are the weakest part of the interface. They’re easy-to-use and work well, but the language is sometimes shaky (for English users) and the main window disappears for some reason—an odd visual jolt.
Now to that fascinating Windows to Go feature. In theory you can choose a USB flash or other external drive as destination, an Windows 8.1 WIM (Windows Install Media)/ISO file as the source, and create a live version of Windows 8.x on said external drive that will boot from any PC. In practice, my first try resulted in a program-halting error.
I emailed Aomei, and they had a fixed version for download in place the next day. It worked perfectly, creating a bootable version of Window 8.1 Pro. Quick work that. Kudos.
Aside from using the Professional, rather than the Enterprise version of Windows 8.1, I also employed a non-certified 64GB flash drive. Microsoft only tech supports certain “certified” drives, of which there’s a list on the Windows To Go Web site. But as this is all a bit non-standard (to be polite), you’re not getting any support anyway.
While my Sandisk 64GB Extreme isn’t certified by Microsoft for the task, it is USB 3.0 and fast. USB 2.0 will make Windows drag. Note that you need at least 13GB free on the drive, which in practical terms means you’ll need 16GB drive, or more likely 32GB if you intend to install any software and actually work with it.
Partition Assistant will create the disk for you, but you’ll still need to activate Windows. And, I didn’t drag it around to other PCs to see if the activation would crack. Aomei claims there should be no issues as long as you use a legitimate version of Windows 8.x.
As partitioning software, Aomei Partition Assistant is as good as any program I’ve seen. The standard version is more than adequate for most users, and the pro version is as good as it gets. I have some nits concerning, but the Windows To Go trick trumps those gripes big time. For that alone, it’s worth a look-see.
AOMEI Partition Assistant 10.2.3 (All Editions) Crack blue tones, linear disk capacity displays, and toolbar make it a good fit for Office and similar suites, and the left-hand navigation panel and full menus not only display the program’s features but make it a cinch to access them. Partition Assistant displayed our system’s three physical disks (SSD, HDD, and USB) as well as each disk’s partitions. We selected a nearly empty 140GB partition on our 2.5-inch hard drive and started by changing the drive letter and label, moving on to various formatting, resizing, and splitting options.