The software allows you to easily and safely create partitions of any type on your Mac hard drive. If there is scattered free space on the drive, the comprehensive utility shifts the existing partitions to make sufficient space for the new partition to be created.
Using the software, you can comfortably delete a partition on your drive to create more free space for other disk usage. It is advisable to backup all your important data before performing this task. For deleting the system partition, you require creating a bootable media using Stellar Partition Manager.
With this Mac partition manager software, you can easily resize the Boot Camp partition so that both Windows OS & Mac OS X have appropriate partition sizes. User can also connect their NTFS formatted PC drives and resize the partitions as per need.
The software effectively resizes Mac partitions on any drive by adjusting and reorganizing the free space and thus, making the operation secure and free from any risk of data loss
The software facilitates easy and quick formatting of partitions when you wish to completely wipe off all data present on a particular volume to remove any unwanted virus and other malicious programs from the drive.
Stellar Partition Manager enables you to create a bootable media that could be used to perform partitioning operations on the boot drive. You need to backup your important data before working on the boot drive. The bootable support for OS X 10.11.4 is added in the software.
You can anytime hide a partition to conceal your important information or make it inaccessible to any unauthorized person for safety reasons. You can easily unhide or mount this partition later by using the ‘Reveal’ option.
This unique feature allows you to undo your last selection that you made to perform an action, but later decided not to proceed further
Can use only on a single system
End User License Agreement
macOS Sierra 10.12, 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7 & 10.6
1 GB Minimum
50 MB of Free Space
This will add another partition your Mac hard drive
This will format your Mac partition
This will delete the partition from your drive
1. You need to create a bootable USB with Stellar Partition Manager to Format, Add, Delete or Resize partitions on a startup Mac hard disk drive.
2. No, need to create a bootable USB for managing non-booting partitions or partitioning external hard drives.
No, Stellar Partition Manager doesn't support macOS Mojave, High Sierra & APFS file system. The software is compatible with macOS Sierra 10.12 till Snow Leopard 10.6.
The partition you are trying to resize may contain some bad sectors. In such case, the resizing operation fails. Another reason could be that the partition has some errors in the file system.
You have made this partition hidden using Stellar Partition Manager. When the software hides a partition, you cannot perform any operation on this partition using Disk Utility. To mount or unhide the partition, you need to reveal it using the software itself.
No, the software does not allow merging partitions
At times, it happens when Disk utility fails to resize any partition on Mac hard drive. It may be the Startup disk partition or any other logical partition that fails to resize via Disk Utility. In such cases, Stellar Partition Manager will help you resize the stubborn partition. This software will create the boot DMG & will start the Mac OS X in bootable environment. It then recognizes & collects free spaces on the Mac hard drive & easily let user to resize the partition to take the free spaces.
Please Note: Stellar Partition Manager recognizes &shows the free spaces on the Mac hard drive whereas Disk Utility doesn’t.
Yes, it’s easier to resize Mac partitions through Stellar Partition Manager software over Disk utility because of the following reasons:
Boot Camp Resizing is the new feature of Stellar Partition Manager V3.0 and older version such as 2.5 and 2.0 don’t support Boot Camp resizing. It is recommended to register the latest version of Stellar Partition Manger i.e. V3.0 in order to resize Boot Camp partition.