Free Paragon Partition Manager 10 Personal (available for three days only)!

Paragon Partition Manager Personal is a professional partition manager that will help you, well, um, manage your partitions. Read my full review on Paragon Partition Manager Personal for more information on it.

For limited time you can get Paragon Partition Manager 10 Personal for free! Celebrating their 1 year anniversary, The Windows Club is giving away Paragon Partition Manager 10 Personal for free; the promotion will run for three days (starting 24 April 2010 02:30:00 UTC  to 27th April 2010 02:30:00 UTC). Visit the promotion page to get Paragon Partition Manager 10 Personal for free (scroll down to the bottom of the post).

Thanks Phoenix_Rising!

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  • Josh

    Well, I finally gave up. There is still no way to get  website to open. Not even the home page.

  • Josh

    No way I can get that link to work. Browsers just tell me it’s loading, but I sit here for 20 minutes and nothing happens. Been trying for 3 days now. Aw heck :-(

  • OldElmerFudd

    @captcha: Arrgh! No, My Bad! It’s the new version that creates the WinPE disc. I forgot I’d used a trial version of 10 and mixed up the two. Still, it’s got other features that are missing in Personal. Time to see about an upgrade, I suppose. Too bad I’ve had this long enough that it won’t be a free one! I don’t know if you can upgrade a promo – it seems like you’ll need to buy the new version, if that’s what you want. I could be mistaken – obviously!

  • captcha

    @Ron: Is PM 9.5 Pro (which was a freebie last year) really capable to create a WinPE-based boot disc? That would be really nice from a freebie…

  • Jeanjean

    I had the free version of 2010.
    Thanks Ashraf & Phoenix_Rising

  • PeterB

    Hello Ashraf :)
    Thank you for telling about this.
    I never had any problems with any Paragon tools.
    They work great. It’s a keeper.

  • Ron

    I find Paragon software simply works. I’m using 9.5 Pro, but I’ll go right ahead and download this for a friend of mine. Thanks for the head’s up!
    @Sublime: Not quite sure what you mean by “supports boot mode”, but Personal lets you create a Linux/DOS recovery boot disk. Pro does that and also a WinPE boot disk, which is one of the reasons I have it.

  • Sublime

    Thanks for this.  I’ve got version 9.5 already thanks to this site.  I will try this as it supports boot up mode for a 64 bit platform.
    Brilliant, thanks again for the link.