Learn to manage hard-drive effectively with Packt's new GParted book

November 2012 | Open Source

Packt is pleased to announce its new title Manage Partitions with GParted How-to, a practical hands-on guide providing its readers step-by-step instructions to effectively manage their hard drive. Author Curtis Gedak in his book, has supported his illustrations with list of practical examples including screenshots and additional tips, thus helping its readers in organizing partitions on their disk drive without any data loss.

Manage Partitions with GParted How-to helps its readers in mastering basics of partition management. It provides insight into the preparation of new disk drives and creating free spaces for new operating systems. Live media creations and running GParted has also been explained by the author with ease. It teaches to prepare system for dual booting with GNU/Linux and rescuing data from lost partitions.

The book commences with the simple tasks of identifying drives and partitions to covering basics of how to grow, shrink, move and copy partitions without data loss. Advanced tasks that use the basics to prepare for new operating systems, migrate space between partitions and share data among Windows, Linux and Mac OS X has been dealt by author in the later half. Practical illustrations at each step makes this book easy-to-understand thus making it must read for each computer enthusiast looking forward to maximize their computer's potential with effective disk management.

Moving from basic to advanced, this book empowers its readers with knowledge and tools to manage their drive efficiently. The book is out now and available from Packt in print and popular e-book formats. To read more about it and download a sample chapter, please visit the Packt book-page.

 

Manage Partitions with GParted How-to
A task-based, step-by-step guide that empowers you to use your disk space effectively

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