Yes it does! If you’re running the product on Mac OS X El Capitan where the System Integrity Protection (SIP) is enabled, you will be prompted to create a special boot media to do redistribution of free space from it (see the Creating Boot Media section in User manual). You can then use the boot media in order to perform resize operations. Alternatively, you can switch off SIP and do redistribution directly in Mac OS X (see the Disabling SIP section). Learn more about this issue in our Knowledge Base ››
Until now, there were no adequate tools available to help rearrange space between NTFS and HFS volumes. A common method was a sequence of backup, delete and recover operations – with key drawbacks – consisting of the following basic steps:
This method, aside from consisting of many complicated manual operations, also requires the physical possession of a Windows installation disk to complete the operations. In addition, this manual procedure allows disk space to be added to the NTFS volume only – the NTFS image cannot be restored to the smaller Boot Camp volume once the HFS+ volume is enlarged.
Paragon Camptune X is a specially designed utility that rearranges disk space on dual-system computers. It has a very simple interface with few buttons. To perform the resize with Camptune X, there are only three basic steps:
The benefits of using Paragon Camptune X:
*Boot Media Builder is not yet compatible with macOS Sierra.
To learn more about Camptune X and System Integrity Protection compatibility, visit our Knowledge Base ››
**macOS Sierra supported with disabled SIP only.
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