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CampTune for Mac OS X

Try the brand new Paragon CampTune™ for MAC OS X and free yourself from OS conventions. As a MAC OS X BootCamp™ user you made the experience to running out of one of your partition’s free space. Until now there were very few possibilities to resize the involved partitions, but to reinstall the second system first. With Paragon CampTune™, it´s now really easy and secure to resize both, the MAC system partition or the second OS partition from BootCamp™.

Try the CampTune Pre-Release version completely for FREE!

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