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Rating and comments for GParted


Average score 3.89 (based on 9 votes)

given by osalt on February 6, 2007


It sucks.

given by Anonymous on February 22, 2007

Worked as expected

given by Anonymous on May 3, 2007

It actually worked better than I expected, it's much better than the partition tool in YaST. In fact, it works as great as Norton Partition magic: the partitioning tool that I have used to for a quite a while.
Although I have to admit, for many versions the GUI never worked. But it working now, so I consider a great alternative to the commercial alternatives out there, especially for users who don't want to spend a lot of money or have the FBI breaking down their door.

given by Anonymous on July 2, 2007

If you have Vista installed, stay far, far away.

given by Anonymous on March 18, 2008

Works great for me.

given by Anonymous on August 31, 2008

given by Rahul on November 9, 2008

I am just downloading to check

given by Anonymous on December 2, 2008

Works fine, even with Vista. Easy to understand for anybody that know what is partitionning but make partition on a running system is at (feable) risk whatever software you use.

given by Abdulaziz on October 23, 2010

great, worked without problems

ممتاز جدا .. عمل بدون مشاكل

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