Today I spotted a question closed as dupe - Increase size of Bootcamp partition?
The original, however - whilst perfectly correct at the time - is now actually dangerously out of date.
iPartition is well past its sell-by date, can't handle CoreStorage & hasn't been updated in a long time.
The new kid on the block is Paragon Hard Disk Manager, with a feature set far above that iPartition ever had, including tools dedicated to backing up, moving, repairing, resizing Bootcamp partitions seamlessly.
Incidentally, it's also half the price of iPartition.
So, I feel the need to go round finding all the old questions to which "use iPartition" was the perfectly correct answer at the time & 'fixing' this.
Adding a new answer, especially on high vote questions is going to leave it struggling at the bottom of the pile.
Marking them all as dupes might work - but perhaps we need to generate one new canonical QA to link them to.
Any ideas/suggestions/potential wording for the new Question, or can anyone find an older QA that this could be merged into in some way?
I don't want to go at this unilaterally.