Sorry but they have been ahead of the curve compared to slow responses by Symantec to changing times. Ghost for years required you to create boot disks manually and when SATA drives arrived Ghost (even new versions) promptly ceased to work. Acronis gets my nod here.
I have a Windows Vista Home Basic laptop. My hard drive is 80 GB, with two 32 GB partitions. I would like to shrink my D:Data drive and add to my main C drive. I have been researching and found that Acronis Disk Director, and Symantic's Partition Magic are the best. But, which one is better? Also I have heard that Partition Magic doesn't work on Vista, is this true? I am a novice at partitioning, so I am also trying to choose the easiest one to use!!!