How to Resize Partition on Windows server 2008 by partition magic software

Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 is the most recent release of Microsoft Windows’ server line of operating systems. Windows Server 2008 is built from the same code base as Windows Vista; therefore, it shares much of the same architecture and functionality. In company the Server computers are most important for the security and secrecy. Network administrator need to take good care of these Server computers. That’s why the software installed on Server computers are strictly chosen by administrator, especially the computer utilities, which are able to maximize the performance of the Servers, like disk management software. Thus, what Windows server 2008 partition manager used for? When a boot partition C: drive is out of place, the Server computer will be fighting for the precious space and will run slowly. To start over is a solution but no one would like to waste their happy weekend to do it. The … Continue reading

Extend system partiton to solve “Low Disk Space” in SBS Server

Information about Windows Small Business Server (SBS) Windows Small Business Server (SBS) is an integrated server suite from Microsoft designed for running network infrastructure of small and medium enterprises. While Microsoft has always championed the small business with its line of Small Business Server (SBS) products, the company’s most strident server advances in recent years have been with high-end enterprise products, and not those that serve smaller companies. That’s all changing with Windows Small Business Server, a product suite that improves on the simplicity and ease-of-use features from previous SBS versions, and adds a host of new functionality. Why there is “Low Disk Space” warning? Windows created the low disk space warning to alert computer users when their hard drive is running low on available disk space. Then you will see on a fairly regular basis as your hard drive fills up is the Low Disk Space warning in SBS … Continue reading

Professional HDD clone software help you clone hard disk more easily

When do we need to clone disk? Usually, there are two situations that we need to clone disk: Upgrading hard disk & Rescuing data. Upgrading hard disk: Clone disk is useful when you want to replace the older smaller hard disk by a newer larger hard disk without installing the Operating System and applications once again. One thing to note is that the medium used as destination medium should be of at least the same size as the source medium or larger to ensure all data will be cloned onto the disk without loss. Rescuing data: In case of hard disks with defective areas it is especially important to back up data to an intact medium before starting any recovery attempts because the recovery procedure may cause further defects resulting from the inherent exposure of this procedure, while the physical disk clone may cause much less exposure than any other … Continue reading

How to resize dynamic disk in a safe way

Before Windows Vista, dynamic disk is a good choice for the people who want to maximize the hard drive performance, especially for some small companies or that for particular use. Though compare to basic disk, dynamic disk has many advantages, it has two huge disadvantages, too. One is that if you convert a basic disk to dynamic, you cannot convert it back to basic without data loss, as you need to delete all dynamic volume firstly before converting. The other is that in most conditions the dynamic volume still cannot be extended, especially for the system volume, many people would encounter this problem if they need to increase dynamic disk. But due to the limitation of Disk Management, only Simple Volume and Spanned Volume can be extended. Moreover, there is no third-party product can resize dynamic disk directly. Is there a way to resize dynamic disk? The answer is yes … Continue reading

resize partitions under windows 7

Windows 7 Introduction Windows 7 (formerly codenamed Blackcomb and Vienna) is the next version of Microsoft Windows, an operating system produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, Tablet PCs, net books and media center PCs. Windows 7 is intended to be an incremental upgrade for Vista, with the goal of being fully compatible with device drivers, applications, and hardware which Windows Vista is already compatible with. Each time Microsoft releases a new version of Windows, the requirements for hardware will be much higher than before. Windows 7 Beta recommended specifications Beta Recommended Specs Processor Speed 1 GHz(Either 32-bit or 64-bit) Memory (RAM) 1 GB Graphics card DirectX 9.0 capable Graphics memory 128 MB (For Windows Aero) HDD free space 16 GB Other drives DVD-ROM Audio Audio output Disk Management Tool in Windows 7 There is no obvious improvement of Disk Management Tool in Windows … Continue reading