27 Sep 2017

Redistributing free space on NTFS partitions made easier

Paragon Software, a specialist in data backup, disaster recovery, and data migration solutions, has released a new edition of Paragon CampTune, a utility for easy and fast redistribution of disk space between HFS+ or APFS (Apple File System) and NTFS partitions on macOS systems.

The company claims that the advantage of Paragon CampTune is its simplicity — with just one slider, dual-boot users can instantly allocate more disk space to either macOS or Windows operating systems.

Paragon CampTune is the first Paragon macOS product to support Apple’s APFS. The update offers a host of new features, including System Integrity Protection (SIP) management, which allows users to selectively disable individual parameters for this security option. Paragon CampTune also enables Mac users to use new features without restriction on a wide variety of Windows software. It detects and automatically fixes unsynchronized partition layout and other file system errors. Users in need of immediate technical assistance can now file a support ticket within the application.

What's new:

  • Support for new Apple File System (APFS)

  • macOS 10.13 High Sierra support

  • System Integrity Protection (SIP) management utility to disable select parameters

  • Supports latest versions of Windows, including Windows 10 Creators Update

  • Volumes with file systems errors automatically fixed during resizing

  • Supports Core Storage (Fusion Drive, FileVault2)

  • Free resize for volumes up to 2GB

  • Modern UI design with light and dark themes

  • Contact support directly within application

Why Paragon CampTune?

Paragon CampTune resolves one of the biggest issues faced by Boot Camp users on Macs: A lack of internal storage space. Paragon CampTune allows Mac users to redistribute free space between macOS and Windows quickly and without data loss, easily adding gigabytes of free space for either operating system.

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