Free Paragon Partition Manager 9.5 Pro again – 32-bit and 64-bit this time

Paragon has been promoting their Partition Manager 9.5 Pro very aggressively in the past 1-2 months. Again they are running another promo, which will last until October 18, 2009. For a limited time you can get Paragon Partition Manager 9.5 Pro for free! This time, there are 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

Learn more about Paragon Partition Manager 9.5 Pro from my full review. Otherwise, get clicking:

Paragon Partition Manager 9.5 Pro promotion page

[Direct download 32-bit version]

[Direct download 64-bit version]

Thanks Quro@75, Peter and ZionPercona!

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  • Rob

    Peter responded in Ashraf’s other Paragon thread, to alert me to the fact that there is a bootable CD.
    I have now installed the program, and have been able to create the CD.
    Thanks Peter.

  • Rob

    The lack of WinPE prevents me from getting this.
    I shudder when people run these sort of functions from within Windows.

  • JV

    I downloaded the x64 installer (I’m on Win7 x64). When I click the button “Get Free Serial,” the installer cancels, just as if I had clicked the cancel button.
    The 32-bit installer will not install on a 64-bit setup.

    Does anyone know what’s wrong?

  • jumbi

    Windows 7 is not supported by this version, thats why they give it for free through various offers.

    I cant recall right now, could you remind me which partition mgment software supports officially windows 7?

  • ghalesan

    This offer says it is FREE !! The Paragon site says it is DEMO !!

    If a DEMO how long can it be used ?? Other items at Paragon say 30 days trial or something like that ?

    Can this be put on more than one computer ? I think the Giveaway of the Day Site can only be loaded once !

    I just found out about this site.


  • Fallout.HUN

    The 32 bit licence key useful to 64 bit program?
    I have not Windows7 x64 now, but in future…

  • Quro@75

    Upps, sorry.
    I read again your review #8139. Yeah, no WinPE. My mistake. Sorry…

  • Emrys

    Man, I am impressed with the response from Paragon to both users like me and evaluators such as yourself. I am not on the cutting edge of tech stuff, but I try to geek my way through it. I just burned an ISO of the Chrome OS but am afraid to load it on my big puter that has WIN7 still good for 57 days. Should I try it on my little XP with fewer memory? Dump the buggy WIN7? Both machines have issues and I’m wondering if Chrome in it’s current version might be more stable, but don’t want to loose all the music I have from RadioTracker which I have paid for. In short, I am lost. The Idea seems to be that more than one OS can run, but I’m afraid of loosing GB of data if I try either process. Prior to my complete RAM breakdown I plan to get a bookdrive for all that music. As always, this is where I come for help and as often as not you post something I need before I ask. As always, you and yours are in my prayers and I revere your dedication to those such as I who do not have the benefit of the Tech education you are so evidently dedicated to.

  • Quro@75

    Yup, tell me about it. Already got that goodies last night and I posted it [].
    But honestly, I am curios. I thought PM9.5 Pro was embedded with WinPE according to your last review about this version [GAOTD]. But not this one, no WinPE instead. Degrading version?

  • Kevin

    118M, even installation requires a reboot? :(

  • Ron

    Thanks, Ashraf

    I downloaded this earlier today from; I’m a believer in Paragon software. These authors create good, usable programs that fly a little under the radar. PPM is something I use on other machines when they need setting up.

    I’ve owned and happily use Acronis’ True Image and Disk Director for years. Unlike TI, which is at version 2010 now, Disk Director hasn’t been updated for a couple of years. Titles from Paragon may not be the best substitute, but they’re worth hanging onto, imho.