You can copy, format, delete, wipe, extend, and resize partitions in Windows.
Very easy to use and the interface it's simple and intuitive.
It supports common partitioning functions.
You can extend the system partition without rebooting.
Sends all changes to a queue to be applied when you are ready.
One button makes it easy to convert an NTFS formatted partition to the FAT file system.
You can change the drive letter of any partition.
You can run a surface test to check for bad sectors in any disk.
You're able to convert between primary and logical partitions.
Lost or deleted partitions can be restored.
It doesn't support managing dynamic disks.
It doesn't support linux.
Some features appear to be an available option only until you click on them, after which you're told you need to upgrade to a paid version to use it.
If you have two similar disks on a system, you could very well wind up operating on the wrong one if you're not paying attention.
Managing various properties of existing partitions, moving and copying them, creating new partitions, measuring the status of drives and partitions, etc. Basically, it makes management of entire data volumes as easy as managing separate files or folders with many different tools for different needs.