Partition Logic is a partitioning and disk management tool for PC-compatible computers. It includes its own standalone operating system and GUI, and can fit on a single bootable floppy (or CD). It creates, modifies, resizes, deletes, formats, and moves partitions, and copies hard disks. It is based on the Visopsys operating system.
|Tags||Archiving Mirroring Installation/Setup Systems Administration Utilities|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This maintenance release consists of general bugfixes and improvements to hardware detection and device drivers, with a particular focus on USB. New features include the ability to boot from a USB device (a new USB image is available for download) and the ability to power down the system.
Release Notes: This is a major release. It offers an updated look and a number of new features, including 64-bit disk support, UDF (DVD) filesystem support, and GPT partition table support, as well as file browsing functionality. New administrative applications and functionality have been added, and the ATA/IDE driver has been enhanced, including the ability to better support backwards-compatible SATA controllers. A number of tweaks and bug fixes are also included.
Release Notes: This preview release offers an updated look and a number of new features, including 64-bit disk support, UDF (DVD) filesystem support, and GPT partition table support. The ATA/IDE driver has been enhanced, including the ability to better support backwards-compatible SATA controllers. New keyboard mappings for French, Belgian, and Spanish have been added, and a number of tweaks and bugfixes are also included.
Release Notes: This maintenance release features lots of work on the USB subsystem including support for USB mice/keyboards and hubs, tuning of the FAT filesystem driver, usability fixes for various user programs, and loads of Visopsys operating system kernel and C library improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is an important maintenance release, with a focus on disk I/O performance, secure deletion (shredding) of files/partitions/disks, and bug fixes, including a data corruption problem, and changes to the OS loader, resulting in more reliable booting on more systems.