How to extend C drive in Windows 2003 Server?

Today's hard drives feature jaw-dropping amounts of space, but no matter how big your drive, you'll be amazed at how quickly application/Windows update installs, browser caches, and temporary files can eat up your free space and clutter your system. After running Windows 2003 Server for a period, the system C drive runs out of space. If there is no free space on the system partition, Operating System runs much slower immediately and you cannot install any updates or other applications. The worst, system may crash if extremely low free space remains. The easy and fast way to solve this problem permanently is extending the system C drive. Fortunately, nowadays you can extend C drive in Windows 2003 Server without deleting or formatting. How to extend C drive in Windows 2003 Server? Different with Windows 2008 Server, there is no shrink and extend feature under Server 2003 Disk Management. In fact, … Continue reading

Extend system partition in Windows 2003 Server fast and safely

System partition runs out of space on your Windows 2003 Server? Need to extend the system partition? Don’t worry, in this article, I’ll tell you how to extend system partition in Windows 2003 Server fast and without losing data with Partition Magic Server. Low free disk space on Server 2003 As more and more updates and applications installed into the system partition, after a period, you’ll find that the system partition of your 2003 Server runs out of space and the low disk space alert pops up like blow: If C drive runs out of space, it will cause many problems, such as: 1. Hard disk drive is not big enough to accommodate all your needs, such as software update/upgrade, install programs. 2. Windows operating system is running slowly. 3. Windows may crash if the free space is extremely low. Microsoft provides Cleanup utility to solve this problem temporarily. As … Continue reading