It may have been discussed in a previous topic, but I can now list some of my personal ideas on this topic. I've heard that the sub-management software has been discussed in many ways, some say "to use a loaded partition management software to manage the hard drive". Others said that not everything is important, a free software can. In fact, this is just a simple question of a cost or budget problem.
I think an expensive partition management software would not be appropriate. However, do you need a loaded software? Or there is some room for maneuver to evaluate all your feedback after reading the article.
Now I want to list some of my ideas. If you really face a budget problem and don't want to spend a little disk on the issue, you can try out free software. But there may be some potential problems with your computer. The first is that your computer may not be listed in the support list, and the software may have changed some of your computer's parameters, which could cause errors. The second is that when using the software you cannot have technical assistance and accidentally cause the loss of HDD data.
However, if you do not have a budget problem, you can try some popular software, such as Partition Assistant, where you can meet your needs with the selected edition. You can spend more on this issue, but at the same time you get free professional help when processing the software. You may get a detailed overview of how the partition adjustment works throughout the process. This ensures the success and security of the data.