How to resize c drive in Windows Server 2008 (r2)

When system C drive in Windows Server 2008 runs out of space and low disk space warning pops up, the fastest way is resizing the system C drive with partition magic server software. I believe that nobody would like to waste the happy weekend to start over, furthermore, it may cause data loss when rebuilding the Server. By resizing the C drive, you can change the partition size quickly without starting from scratch. That is to say, shrink other data partition and get some free "Unallocated" space and then add to the system C drive. All files, shortcuts and everything keeps intact and no other operations are required, what you need is a reliable partitioning utility. Ensure data security when resizing C drive on Windows 2008 Server The security and stability are undoubtedly the most significant aspect for Server computers since a Server computer usually stores the most important classified … Continue reading






Resize System Partition Windows 2008 Server

More and more Windows updates and applications installed to the system partition, when the system 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? To start over is a solution but longer Server downtime means less customers and no one would like to waste their happy weekend to rebuild the Server, it may also cause data loss. The time-saving and easiest way is to resize system partition in Windows 2008 Server with reliable Server 2008 partition software. That is to say, shrink other existing data partition and get some free space, and then extend the system C drive with the Unallocated space, so there is no need to delete, format partition and start over again to save time. Ensure data security when … Continue reading