Actually, with our product you could not directly merge two partitions. And this is for data safe consideration. According to our experience, a lot of users may lose data after they applied the "merge" function through some of the partition software. So we do not recommend you to "merge" two partitions directly.
On the other hand, we provide our user another way to "merge" two partitions. And through this way, the user's data is safe. Here is the method:
1.Backup your important data before you "merge" two partitions.
2.Delete one of the partitions (F: for example) you want to "merge", then you will get an unallocated space.
3."Move" the unallocated until it is next to the D: partition. (actually, you could not "move" the unallocated space, but you could "move" the other partitions, to change the unallocated space's position. Please refer to the following link http://forum.easeus.com/viewtopic.php?t=17617
4. Expand the D: partition to the unallocated space.
5. Apply the changes.
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