Can’t beat the holiday season when it comes to discounts, savings and giveaways. IM-Magic Partition Resizer Pro, which usually retails for $39.95 is currently available for download, absolutely free.

Partition management tools like this have come a long way from the early days.

Although the ability to resize partitions of your hard drive has been built into Windows since the days of Windows Vista, it is somewhat basic and barebones. Third-party utilities, on the other hand, are much more feature rich when it comes to this.

And one of the best free solutions around is the aptly named Partition Resizer from IM-Magic, which can be used to resize your disk drives without losing data.

Even Drive C, the system drive.

You can expand, shrink, move or merge partitions easily, in just a few clicks, without touching your files. This allows for effortless redistribution of disk space, particularly handy if you have a more than a few drives set up on your PC or even tablet.

This software also provides several partition options, besides resizing.

These include formatting of partitions, copying and creation, as well as the ability to delete whole volumes. The interface is easy to navigate, and the program guarantees 100% safety, even in instances when the computer is accidently shut down during the operation.

The Pro version of the IM-Magic Partition Resizer is available as a free download, as part of this giveaway. It runs until January 5th, 2015, so make sure you avail this offer if you’re interested.

Check out the promotion here.

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  • Yinzer Lynn

    How can you send this out in your Windows News addition and the code is only good until January 5th? I didn’t get your email till today, January 6th? Will the code still work?