GNOME Partition Editor for creating, reorganizing, and deleting disk partitions. It uses libparted from the parted project to detect and manipulate partition tables. Optional file system tools permit managing file systems not included in libparted.
- Create partition tables (e.g., MSDOS, GPT)
- Create, delete, copy, resize, move, check, set new UUID, or label partitions
- Manipulate btrfs, ext2/3/4, f2fs, FAT16/32, hfs/hfs+, linux-swap, lvm2 pv, nilfs2, NTFS, reiserfs/4, ufs, and xfs file systems
- Enable and disable partition flags (e.g., boot, hidden)
- Align partitions to mebibyte (MiB) or cylinder boundaries
- Attempt data rescue from lost partitions
- Supports hardware RAID, motherboard BIOS RAID, Linux software RAID
- Supports all sector sizes (e.g., 512, 1024, 2048, 4096 byte sectors)
The best of the best of the best. Nuff said.
I use this very often (like always) for Hard Drive copying. I find using GParted easier then CloneZilla or other HDD cloning software. To clone a HDD with GParted, select the primary partition then right click and choose copy. Now go to the upper right and select your destination HDD, move down and right click select paste. Click the check mark and done.
When you need to invoke the full low level control of Debian to configure Secondary on most any other environment GParted is not only the best, sometimes it's the only solution.
Absolutely the best. It is so simple, so quick, so easy to use. By far the best out there, especially for newbies! I wish everything else was made as simple as this program! Wow, they should SELL this as it is better than anything you can buy!