Show Disk Partition Style v1.1

Easiest way to find out Mbr or Gpt
MBR is the standard partitioning scheme that’s been used on hard disks since the PC first came out. It supports 4 primary partitions per hard drive, and a maximum partition size of 2TB. The GPT disk itself can support a volume up to 264 blocks in length. . It can also support theoretically unlimited partitions Windows restricts these limits further to 256 TB for a single partition (NTFS limit), and 128 partitions.

What is New (Saturday, February 29, 2020)

1. [Added] – Option to show disk size
2. [Added] – Option to open diskpart under the menu
3. [Added] – x64 version
4. [Added] – Colorful lines instead of Grid Lines on List

Identifying Partition style in Windows:

1. Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management
2. Select Disk Management On the left of the right lower pane,
3. Right-click on Disk which Windows installed on and select Properties.
4. Select the Volumes tab
5. The Partition style: entry will show as either Master Boot Record (MBR) or GUID Partition Table (GPT)..

For the novice users it is hard to determine Which partitioning scheme a particular disk is using and common question is “is there a easiest way to find out partition style ?”

Yes there is “Show Disk Partition Style” is a Portable Freeware to show our partition style with one click

How to use it:

Show Disk Partition Style

Extract the ZIP file to the folder of your choice, then run DPStyle.exe , it will show your devices and Partitions styles

Supported operating systems: Windows 11 , Windows 10 , Windows 8.1 , Windows 8 , Windows 7 , Windows Vista , Windows Xp – (x86 & x64)

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File: DPStyle_x64.exeVirustotal
MD5: 1107b79735bccf795cda86dd2d23248e
SHA1: 496cb31f1b206f7c2abb9b1f1ff64bb090bbeb56

File: DPStyle.exeVirustotal
MD5: cb189dd60697610d031492b1684f4188
SHA1: 3ca092fdd3c4fde4ece4e12fa4b24d219bba90b1



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