Windows 10 has brought us many good features, such as a faster system, new start Menu, Cortana, a better browser edge, etc. But at the same time, it also caused some trouble.
- Less Free Storage:
Many people are unaware of the fact that after installing windows 10, their previous version of OS is still running at the background and occupies quite a valuable space. The previous version of OS does not disappear into the air but still remains in your system with the name “windows.old” folder. This problem can be solved but we will discuss its solution in the later part of this article.
- You cannot play a DVD on Windows 10!
If you want to watch movies on your PC/laptop and you have a windows 10 installed on your system, you are very unlucky to watch the movies because Windows 10 does not have an app to play the DVD’s on it.
- Privacy Issues
Windows 10 has gone under a lot of flame due to its security reasons due to which many clients complain about it and report a lot of information back to Microsoft. From reports of records being moved down and sold on the cloud, to worries over login information and area information being sent to Redmond, it would appear at first glance that Windows 10 is stuck in an unfortunate situation.
This is not the only Windows facing investigation and controversy after its release. Microsoft’s information approaches are a considerable measure clearer than its rivals in various key regions. Furthermore, a great part of the guidance that concerned clients are putting forth can bring about more protection issues than they sort out.
- Downgrade Problem after 30 days:
Millions of users have upgraded their OS from Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 to Windows 10. Microsoft offers its customers to upgrade their OS to windows 10 and can roll back to their previous OS in case they did not like it. But the problem arises here that it cannot be rolled back to its previous version once the 30 days trial is finished. Completion of the deadline forces you to stay on Windows 10 even if you did not like its features and other attributes.
- Data Loss
Upgrading to Windows 10 would result into the data loss. You can lose your files, photos, music and videos. The data that were saved on the C drive, especially that data will be lost.
- No System Restore:
Microsoft has disabled the feature of “System Restore” in Windows 10 in some of the personal computers. This feature was included in Windows operating system since Windows ME but unfortunately Microsoft has disabled it in Windows 10. The function of System Restore is to have snapshots of the files to be restored in case a problem occurs.
- Compatibility Issues:
Upgrading to Windows 10 might result into compatibility issues. Some of your hardware or software might not work or might not be compatible with your Windows 10 operating system.
These are some of the problems which a user faces when he/she upgrades his /her OS to Windows 10. Now let me introduce you the software that will solve the “Less Free Storage” problem and the name of the software is “EaseUS Partition Master Free”, also a Windows 10 partition manager.
EaseUS Partition Master Free
While using the computer you might face the problem that the free space your partition hard drive became lower and you need to extend it. Or you might also want to shrink the partition to create many small partitions as well. Although you can extend and shrink the partitions in Windows 10 but the problem occurs is that the partition cannot be moved and it is inconvenient and insufficient for the Windows 10 partition to be resized.
To overcome this problem EaseUS Partition Manager helps to resize safely and easily the Windows 10 partitions. This software is compatible on Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8 and 10. This software not only allows you to extend the partitions without losing your data but you can also delete, create, copy partitions, move, merge partitions etc without the data being lost.
Now let us know how EaseUS Partition Master helps in resizing of Windows 10 partitions.
- Open the EaseUS Partition Master Software. As you can see in the picture below, if you want to extend the partition of the system, an unallocated space will be there. First of all you have to delete any of the partition you do not need so that it can be replaced with the unallocated space.
- Let the partition E be selected, then decrease this partition by clicking on “Resize/move Partition”.
- After that select the C drive (which is the System Partition). Right click on C drive and then either click on Resize or Move Partition, as a result of which C drive will be extended.
- Then finally click on Apply button.