Resize Server 2003 NTFS partition without data loss

What is NTFS File System? NTFS (New Technology File System) is the standard file system of Windows NT, including its later versions Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. NTFS provides performance, security, reliability, and advanced features that are not found in any version of the file allocation table (FAT) file system. For example, NTFS guarantees volume consistency by using standard transaction logging and recovery techniques. If a system fails, NTFS uses its log file and checkpoint information to restore the consistency of the file system. NTFS also provides advanced features, such as file and folder permissions, encryption, disk quotas, and compression. Comparing with FAT file system, NTFS has many advantages, so NTFS partition is widely used, especially for system partition. However, either NTFS or FAT partition will run out of space. Operating System runs much slower, even crash if there is … Continue reading






Resize boot partition in Windows 2003 Server

More and more Windows updates and applications installed to the system boot partition, when the boot partition running out of space, the Server computer will be fighting for the precious space and will run much slowly. System maybe crash if there is no free space. What will you do in this situation? No one would like to waste the happy weekend to start over. It may also lead to data loss when rebuilding the Server. The most time-saving and easiest way is to resize Windows 2003 Server boot partition with reliable Server partition software. That is to say, shrink other data partition and get some free space and then extend the system boot partition with the Unallocated space, so there is no need to start over again to save time. Ensure data security when resizing boot partition on Windows 2003 Server The security and stability are undoubtedly the most significant … Continue reading






Resize C Drive Windows 2003 Server

More and more Windows updates and applications installed to the system C drive, when C: drive running out of space, the Server computer will be fighting for the precious space and will run much slowly. System maybe crash if there is no free space. What will you do in this situation? No one would like to waste the happy weekend to start over. It may also lead to data loss when rebuilding the Server. The time-saving and easiest way is to resize Windows 2003 Server C drive with reliable Server 2003 partition software. That is to say, shrink other data partition and get some free space and then extend the system C drive with the Unallocated space, so there is no need to start over again to save time. Ensure data security when resizing C drive on Windows 2003 Server The security and stability are undoubtedly the most significant aspect … Continue reading






Change Windows Server 2003 partition size without losing data.

Why change Server 2003 partition size? All the size of partitions on Windows Server is carefully allocated while building the 2003 Server. However, things are changing and the scheduled size may not always meet your needs, especially for the System partition, as Windows continues to download large updates or any other reasons. If the System partition is running out of space and struggles for precious unallocated space, you are unable to install new programs, even the whole performance of your computer will be declined, say, the computer goes much slowly. The old method is, backup the system and files, delete partitions, rebuild the Server. The whole weekend will be wasted, it even leads to data loss when you rebuilding the Server. Now you can change partition size in Windows 2003 Server without deleting or formatting partitions. Just shrink a data partition and extend the system C drive, extremely easy and … Continue reading