expired FREE: EaseUS Partition Master Professional v10.8 (Was $40)

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This software has been extremely popular in the past, and now this upgraded version introduces full support for Windows 10. Simply enter a name & email address then click on the "Get the Free Code" & download the software. Once installed, enter the key to change the trial version to the full pro version. Free for 48 hours only. Enjoy :)

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  • +4 votes

    Do you need to install this by a certain date?

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    the code are the same, no matter what email address you're using.

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    Looks good and the download and register process was smooth. Didn't need to use it right now so don't know how well it works.

  • +2 votes

    This program has saved my hide quite a few times… highly recommended.

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      I was going to say the same. This utility is the shit. Moving, resizing, cloning, migrations…..nearly never let me down.

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        Think I was the unlucky one. I remember many years ago using an EaseUs partition software to do a simple resize of a partition, and it corrupted the partition.

        Still, might give them another chance as my experience was probably an outlier.

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    Thanks TA :)

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    Windows 7 and onwards has built-in drive management. I can't see any use for this program. Anyone shed some light in why you would rather get a 3rd party solution that chews up more disk space?

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      Ease of use may be.

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        Doesn't sound simpler. Not to mention that I need to download and license for something that's already there on a right click.

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          yea and they have advertisement about their pruducts popping up as well from time to time which I dont like.

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      A few times I had to use a 3rd party partition manager to delete/merge partitions that cannot be done by Win 7.

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      formatting large drives as FAT32… dont think windows can handle that

    • +11 votes

      Lets you do more than what the disk management in Windows 7 can do:

      • merge partitions
      • manage Linux partitions
      • convert MBR <—> GPT both ways
      • WinPE disk to manage partitions without booting Windows
      • comprehensive drive cloning
      • +2 votes

        I'm considering upgrading my laptop with an SSD. Can you migrate Windows 10 to the SSD with this program?

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        The utilities built into Windows are generally poor. Dual pane file managers, for instance, are far better than Windows Explorer (I love Total Commander enhanced with several plugins, but there are free file managers as well). VLC is superior to WMP. Firefox trumps IE. FastStone or ACDSee whip Windows Photo Viewer.

        Whenever I install Windows, I need to do a lot of customization and install a lot of software to make their OS usable. Newer Windows versions are worse than the old ones. MS removes useful things (like the old fashioned Start Menu on Windows 2000) and Googleifies -dumbs down - their software to cater to the cretin userbase. Apparently MS plans to remove the Control panel from Windows 10.

        I have no intention of moving beyond 64 bit Windows 7. Why should I? What does Windows 8 or 10 do that Windows 7 cannot? Windows is simply the environment in which I run various non-Microsoft programs.

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          Thanks for your opinion. You have the right to live in the past and not learn how to do old things new ways. I still love my old Coco II too but when I went to AmigaOS… FYI, I just rebuilt a machine with fresh 64bit Win 7 after the Win10 developers version expired and realised I just can't go back. Win 10 is so much faster and better. You should give it a trial. You don't need to find Control panel; just type what you want and it will take you to that section of control panel.

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          @Popo: Humm, ask the people in the enterprise who are still on XP! It is not as simple for enterprise to move as MS wants their OS to move. Anyway W10 might be faster, etc. etc. but if 7 is doing all that is needed then old may be the way to go. There is no such things as living in the past. If you were not in the past then you cannot be in the present. Anyways W10 is good but there are lot of HW based issues that still need to be sorted out. No doubt that is just a matter of time. I am sure W11 will be a flop as W12 will be a success, just going by the way MS tries to learn its lessons. It is like a tennis ball it has to hit the wall to come back to reality.

          As for customisation for images I use a gold image and that has all the programs that I run usually and burn it with nlite and then its done. Wheel does not need to be reinvented again. Again Linux is another thing that works very well. Lots of choices and most free.

          EASEUS is a solid program and highly recommended.

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    Ta very much (again), TA.

  • +1 vote

    Great deal, Thank you TA.

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    Has anyone tested the data recovery feature?

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    Dammit missed the deal, anyone got a link with serial number?

    • +1 vote

      Thanks to Morini, above. Next Time please read the full post.

      Please find details below

      download.easeus.com/trial/epm_trial.exe
      Code: T2VBG-6JCJZ-SWT5V-M5GXP-I7P7H

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        Code doesnt activate anymore.. it registers to EASEUS directly and its passed the deal..