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CampTune 8 moves free space between Mac, Boot Camp volumes

updated 10:40 pm EST, Wed February 24, 2010

Utility works with NTFS, FAT32

Paragon has launched a final release, after over a year of beta testing, of its Boot Camp partitioning utility, CampTune 8 for Mac OS X. The software allows users to redistribute free space between the Mac OS and Boot Camp NTFS partition. It prevents users from having to erase their entire partition and reinstall the Windows partition when a space change is needed. It can transfer free space in both directions, not only adding space to the Boot Camp partition but recovering space for the Mac OS as well.

The utility works as a bootable CD, repartitioning the two volumes while booted from the Paragon CD before requiring a reboot. It works with both NTFS and FAT32 Boot Camp volumes.

CampTune 8 requires Mac OS X 10.5, and works with Snow Leopard. It is now available for $20.




by MacNN Staff

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  1. Constable Odo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +3

    I wish they'd made it so

    you could have more than two partitions when using BootCamp. I've heard it is possible with some workaround, but I wish you could do a BootCamp partition just like a normal OSX partition. I always used to have a partition for the OS and another for data and sometimes multiple boot partitions. Once you put a BootCamp partition on your drive, then you're pretty much limited in your options.

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