How to Create a Disk Partition Remotely on Windows 10

How to create a disk partition remotely on Windows 10? Here in this tutorial, we provide you with the detailed operating steps.

I want to remotely partition hard disk in Windows 10

“My friend is a complete computer nerd. Recently, he wants to create a disk partition on his Windows 10 but doesn’t know how to do it. He asked me for help. I want to help him but he’s really far away from me. Then I came across an idea. I can remotely access his computer and remotely partition the hard disk in his Windows 10. So, can anyone recommend a fast, stable, yet free remote access software to me? Any suggestion will be appreciated!”

How to remotely partition hard disk in Windows 10?

The prerequisite to help others create a disk partition remotely on Windows 10 is to find a suitable remote access software to remotely access their computers. Users with different remote access purposes have different needs for remote access software. Here, the user we mentioned above wants a fast, stable, yet free remote access software. Therefore, we recommend AnyViewer, free remote desktop software for multiple Windows versions, including Windows 10.

AnyViewer, which was developed by a strong technical team, may assist you in establishing a reliable and fast remote connection from one computer to another computer or several computers at once, with high image quality. Meanwhile, it is protected from data leakage via Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) encryption. AnyViewer is unquestionably your best choice, whether for personal uses or business uses.

Then how to partition hard disk in Windows 10 remotely with AnyViewer? There are two parts. First, you need to remotely access another computer with AnyViewer. Secondly, you can create a disk partition remotely on another computer as if you’re sitting in front of it. Next, we’ll show you the detailed steps on how to do it.

Remotely access another computer with AnyViewer

The way to achieve remote access with AnyViewer is quite simple. Follow the three steps below to remotely access another computer.

Step #1

Download, install, and open AnyViewer on both devices. Then you can see the device ID.

Accept Control

Step #2 

Ask for the device ID of the recipient, input it and then click Connect. Then click Send a control request to your partner.

Send A Control Request to Your Partner

Step #3

Then recipient will receive a request on the lower-right corner of their screen. Click the green button to make the connection successful.

Technical Helper

By the way, AnyViewer also provides you with unattended remote access. If you want to access another computer but no one is sitting in front of it to help you allow the remote control request, you can also use the security code set before achieving remote access.

Create a disk partition remotely on Windows 10

After you’ve successfully connected to another computer remotely, you can start to help others create a disk partition.

Step #1 

Press Win + R and then type in “diskmgmt.msc” to open Disk Management.


Step #2

Find the disk you want to partition. Here we’ll take C Drive as an example. Right-click it and choose Shrink Volume.

Shrink Volume

Step #3 

Enter the amount of space to shrink. Here we’ll enter 1024 as an example. Then click Shrink.

Amount of Space to Shrink

Step #4

Then you’ll see the newly-created unallocated space. Right-click it and then choose New Simple Volume. Then just follow the guide to complete the process. 

New Simple Volume

Step #5 

Then click This PC on the desktop, you can see the newly-created volume.

Disk Drive


How to create a disk partition remotely on Windows 10? Actually, this is not very difficult. First, you can use AnyViewer to achieve safe remote access to another computer. At this time, you can remotely see its screen and create a disk partition on that computer as if you are doing it on your own computer.


Alex Carey

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