From Stellar Information Technology:
Stellar Partition Manager is simple, reliable, and secure utility to manage volumes of your Mac hard drives including the Boot volume. The software meticulously manages Mac volumes and allows you to create a new partition, delete a partition, change the size of an existing partition, hide/reveal a partition on your hard drive, and format a partition. To perform these partitioning operations on boot drive of your Mac, you can create a bootable DVD. However, it is suggested to backup your data before working on the boot drive. Moreover, every time when you are going to perform any partitioning operation on any volume of your hard drive, you are warned by the software to take the backup of your data and thus this secure tool prevents you from any kind of data loss. If you want, you can add multiple tasks in a list to perform a batch operation. With all these features, the tool gives you option to undo the last selection that you have made to perform, but later decided not to proceed further. The software optimizes the free space available on your Mac and lists total free space available. In this way, it helps you to decide the size of a new partition or an existing partition. Another unique feature of the software is hide/reveal. If you want to make any partition on your hard drive invisible from unwanted users, then you can hide it from hide option. Whereas, the reveal option helps you to mount an invisible or hidden partition. The software has very intuitive and easily understandable user interface, hence you do not require any kind of training to understand its working. To analyze this tool, you can download its free demo version. The demo version, allows you to hide/reveal, format, and delete a Mac partition. However, to use all features of the software, you have to purchase its license that bears a reasonable cost. The registered or paid version of the software is available for single user only that means it allows running the software on single machine.
What's new in this version:
Support for Mountain Lion