Use Magic Disk Utility to Edit Partition Size on Server 2003/2008?

It is a very common condition that hard disk has been already partitioned by manufacture when we buy a new laptop. Under this condition, it is not easy for us to edit partition size if the volume distribution is not what we want. And the reason is that Windows built-in disk management tools are not so powerful to complete all kinds of disk problems, the utilities can only complete some basic tasks, such as create/format/delete volumes.

When on volume space is insufficient, especially for system partition, we should pay more attention to this problem, not ignore it. The best solution to solve volume space insufficiency problem is to extend partition size. Due to the limitations of Windows built-in Disk Management and Diskpart.exe command, this article is going to introduce a magic disk utility,AOMEI Partition Assistant, to adjust volume size on Server 2003/2008.

Several ways to adjust volume size on server

Partition Assistant, as an all-in-one and professional disk manager, is dedicated to help computer users solve all kinds of disk problems. Resizing is the main function of the software, and there are server ways for users to edit partition size:

  • Resize/Move volumeto extend or shrink freely.
  • Merge two adjacent volumes into a bigger one or merge unallocated space to any existing partition.
  • Split one partition into two.
  • Allocate free space from one volume to another directly.

Main interface

With this software, users not only can freely change the size of the partition, merge and split volumes, but also can perform many other advanced operations. It can also serve as a tool for copying and cloning. So why not free download the magic disk utility and try it immediately.Download Link: http://www.extend-partition.com/download.html

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