Top 6 Partition Managers (CLI + GUI) for Linux

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8 Responses

  1. Jim says:

    I would like to find a utility – CLI or GUI, it doesn’t matter – that will allow me to re-create exFAT partitions *without* having to format them for data-recovery purposes.

    Parted can do this, but doesn’t support exFAT, even with the exfat packages installed.

    Any ideas?

  2. Cuvtixo D says:

    QTParted on Sourceforge hasn’t been updated since 2011. Hardly “still under development”! Worse, there was no development between 2005 and 2011. What is the point to including it here?

  3. dragonmouth says:

    I have used fdisk, cfdisk and GParted for years. While fdisk may be more versatile, I prefer GParted because of its GUI.

  4. Nick says:

    I use fdisk and almost any tool that makes my life easier.

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