How to Open Disk Management in Windows 10

In Windows 10, you can open Disk Management in different ways. Let’s see what they are.

Method #1

Right-click on the “Start” button and then click on “Disk Management,” which is between “Network Connections” and “Computer Management.”

Disk Management in Power User Menu

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Method #2

You can open Disk Management in Windows 10 using “diskmgmt.msc” command, and you can use it in the following programs:

Run Command

Open Run Command (keyboard shortcut: Windows key + R).

Type “diskmgmt.msc” (without double quotes) and then press “Enter.”

Run Command with command

Command Prompt

Open Command Prompt.

Type “diskmgmt” (without double quotes) and then hit “Enter.”

Windows PowerShell

Open Windows PowerShell.

Type “diskmgmt” (without double quotes) and then press “Enter.”

Address Toolbar

In the Address Toolbar, type “diskmgmt.msc” (without double quotes) and then press “Enter” key.

File Explorer Address Bar

In the Address Bar of File Explorer, type “diskmgmt.msc” (without double quotes) and then press “Enter.”

Task Manager

In the Task Manager, click File > Run new task.

In the “Create new task” box, type “diskmgmt.msc” (without double quotes) and then press “Enter.”

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Method #3

Open Start menu and then type “disk management” (without double quotes).

Now, you can see “Create and format hard disk partitions.” Click on it.

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Method #4

Open Settings.

In the search box at the top, type “disk management” (without double quotes).

Now, you can see “Create and format hard disk partitions.” Click on it.

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Method #5

Open Control Panel.

Type “disk” (without double quotes) in the search box at the top.

Now, you can see “Create and format hard disk partitions” under “Administrative Tools.”

Create and format hard disk partitions link

Click on it to open Disk Management.

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Method #6

Go to C > Windows > System32 folder.

Find and double-click “diskmgmt” file.

Diskmgmt file

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Also see:

How to Open Windows 10 Device Manager

How to Open Windows 10 Event Viewer

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