Managing Partitions on Windows
The disk space on your hard drive can be divided into different logical blocks of specific sizes for better utilization of the disk space, and for better allocation of resources for each block that has been created. This process of logical division of the hard drive is called partitioning. Partitioning is possible on both Mac and Windows operating systems, and the directory searching, access permission and space management is purely dependent on the file system that is used on that partition.
While it is always good to have more partitions, because it gives you more control, having too many of them could mean trouble. When you create a partition on a hard drive, you can specify the size of each partition that you would like to create on the hard drive. For example if you have an 80GB hard drive, then you have the option of keeping the whole 80GB hard drive as a single partition or dividing the hard drive into two partitions of 40GB each. You can also create any number of partitions with the available 80GB of disk space.
When partitions are created in this way, there are high chances of the data on your hard drive getting deleted or lost due to power outage during partitioning process leaving the partition process incomplete or due to virus attacks, malware etc. This could render all your important and confidential data inaccessible. To recover the data lost in such a manner, it is important to make use of a partition recovery tool that can recover all your lost data with ease. Recover Partition software is a Read-Only software, that makes sure that it recovers data from the lost/deleted partitions without affecting the other partitions on your hard drive. You can also utilize this app to recover data from encrypted hard drive on Windows 10 computer easily. To know more about it, check this page: https://www.recover-partition.net/how-to-recover-data-from-encrypted-hard-drive-on-windows-10.html