Friday, May 23, 2014

Windows Server Partition Manager – Download Partition Manager to Resize Server Disk Partition

Windows Server is the name of a series of Server operating system including Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows 2012, SBS 2003, SBS 2008, etc, which is often used by enterprises or companies. Windows Server operating system can also installed on personal computers, so more and more home users begin to install Windows Server OS on their computer. After installing Windows Server operating system, some users may feel it difficult to deal with some problems on Server OS. Among various problems, low disk space on Server disk partition troubles a lot of Windows Server users.

Windows Server Partition Manager Download
Windows Server partition manager is partition software for Server users to resize disk partition or manage disk partition in an easy way. Partition manager serves as a Server partition manager, which is able to resize disk partition on all Windows Server operating systems. You can follow the steps below to resize disk partition on any Windows Server OS:

Step1. Download and install partition manager computer. Run the software and choose a partition that has large free space. Then right click this partition and choose "Resize/Move" option.
Step2. Move the arrow to shrink the selected partition to create an unallocated volume. Move the unallocated volume close to the partition you need to extend.
Step3. Right click the partition you want to extend and choose "Resize/Move" option.
Step4. Move the arrow and then click "Apply" button to extend the selected partition.

Main Features of Partition Manager
It is able to work on all Windows Server operating system including Windows Server 2000, 2003, 2008, 2012, 2003 R2, 2008 R2, SBS 2003, SBS 2008, etc.

  • Support to resize NTFS partition and FAT32 disk partition
  • Resize disk partition without data loss or system crash
What Is Low Disk Space on Windows Server?
Simply say, low disk space often means that the disk partition on your computer is lacking of free disk space when it contains a lot of data. On Windows 7 OS, you may see the red bar on the partition when it is nearly full. Usually, when you see the red bar on a disk partition, you may need to increase the size of this partition if you want to keep storing more data to it. If you receive low disk space message on a disk partition, it is quite necessary to extend the partition.

What Is Partition Resizing?
When referring to partition resizing, it often includes shrinking a partition and extending a partition. The reason why you need to shrink a partition is to squeeze some free space from the partition that has a lot of free space. Then, you can extend another partition that is lacking of free space by adding the free space to it. You are only allowed to add unallocated space to increase the size of another partition. For example, if E drive on your computer has 200GB disk space in total with 150GB available and you want to extend C drive, you cannot move the 150GB free space directly to C drive. Instead, you need to shrink E drive to produce unallocated space and then move the unallocated space to C drive.

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