Partition Manager Professional 10.5 and why it’s a necessity

As a tech guy who is very sensitive to storage space needs, I’ve been rather wary when it comes to the issue of dealing with managing storage space. For one, in the country I live, Internet penetration is on average quite slow so the cloud isn’t a good enough solution for backup solutions like Carbonite.

For the past 6 years I’ve been running Bootcamp on two MacBook Pros, playing around with the partition between Windows and Mac. I’ve been looking for a similar solution that isn’t from Apple which I can apply across the board to my other devices and it seems that the best solution offered today comes from Partition Master Professional (latest version is 10.5 as of this writing) by EaseUS. For instance, not only does it partition a drive, it can also remove a partition without deleting data, which is the most convenient thing ever. For those who tread the two paths of Mac and PC, you can also easily convert (format) to and from FAT32 and NTFS with ease.


New features include in this version includes:

  • convert MBR disk to GPT disk and vice versa without data loss to make full use of hard disk space
  • support 16TB+ hard disk to meet the demand of high-capacity drive users
  • brand new UI to improve user experience


I’m giving away 3 copies of Partition Master Professional 10.5 (valued at USD $39.95). The first three who leaves a comment saying why they love the new version of the software will get a free copy (I only have 3 so first come, first served!).

By Jayvee Fernandez

Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.

3 replies on “Partition Manager Professional 10.5 and why it’s a necessity”

I used to do partitioning a lot during my college days 10years ago and during that time, when you partition, it will delete the data.

What’s cool about this new version is it can preserve the data. Can’t wait to try this out!

Removing a partition without deleting data is a great feature. I want to try this out.

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