Knowledge of Partition Table: Differences between GPT & MBR
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- Knowledge of Partition Table: Differences between GPT & MBR
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- The biggest advantage is that it break the limitation of disk in 2.2TB. GPT supports disk supports up to 18EB (1EB=1024TB=1048576GB) in capacity.
- Users are allowed to create nearly unlimited partitions.
The limitation will be your system – Windows allows up to 128 partitions on GPT drive. But 128 partitions can fulfill the needs of most computer users.
Will Different Partition Table Influence System Migration?
Comparing with BIOS, UEFI is safer, more flexible in boot configurations and can boot from drives of 2.2 TB or larger. Besides, the biggest changes that UEFI brings to users is the setup screens, including graphics and mouse cursor support. Although it is not so convenience, it helps users to check settings in a better way.
Advantages of Renee Becca when Comparing with Other Similar Software
Fully compatible with GPT and MBR partition tables.Software can adjust the partition size accroding to the capacity of target disk when migrating system. User can migrate system without any problem if the capacity of target disk is larger or equal to the used space in original disk.
ExampleSystem disk in disk A is 250GB and it has used 80GB. Users can migrate system to any disk/parition (capacity is over or equal to 80GB). Besides, Renee Becca will aligned the disk automatically when migrating system.