Why resize Windows 2003 partitions?

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 installs, browser caches, and temporary files can eat up your free space and clutter your system.

When the system C: drive is 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 downtime means more loss and no one would like to waste their happy weekend to do it. The most time-saving and easy way is to resize Windows 2003 partitions with reliable Server partition software. That is to say, shrink other data partition and get some free space and then extend the boot C drive with the Unallocated space, so there is no need to delete partition, format partition or rebuild the Servers, save time and easy to go.

So in this article, I’ll share experience about how to resize Windows 2003 partitions with Partition Magic Server, with which you can extend, merge, resize partition in Windows 2003 Server fast and without losing data.

Resize Windows 2003 partitions with Partition Magic Server

For a Windows Server administrator, to resize partition in Server 2003 is not an easy task to do. Some unreliable software might destroy all your valued data during the process of resizing Server partition under Windows Server 2003 Operating System. Now, there is a fantastic and award-wining Partition Magic Server software to resize partition of Server 2003 – Partition Wizard Server Edition.

This flawless hard disk management functions are brought together for Windows Server 2000/2003/2008 and Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7 including: Partition Manager, Disk & Partition Copy Wizard and Partition Recovery Wizard, Convert disk or file system with all hardware RAID supported.

How to resize Windows 2003 partitions?

– It is extremely easy to resize partition in Windows 2003 Server. With the absolutely user-friendly interface, the functions of Partition Wizard Server are easy to get access to, you just need to drag and move on the disk map to resize partitions.

– Any operations you do on the Server will be listed in the “Operations Pending” column and no changes will take place on your partitions before you click “Apply”. So if you are not sure about your operation, just discard or close this partition manager Server and nothing will be changed.

Step by step tutorial to resize, extend partition with Partition Wizard Server.

Step 1: launch Partition Wizard, right-click the data partition and select “Move/Resize” to shrink this partition.

Partition Wizard main window

In the pop up window, drag the left borderline of this data partition rightwards.

Shrink data partition

After step 1, there will be Unallocated space created behind the system partition.

Unallocated space

Step 2: Right-click the system partition and select “Move/Resize”. In the pop up window, drag the right borderline rightwards.

Extend system partition

Now the system partition has been extended, click “Apply”.

Partition extended

Benefits of this Partition Magic Server

  • Enhanced data protection technology helps you resize, merge partition without data loss, even when power off or hardware problem occurred.
  • Hot Resize feature helps you extend NTFS partition without reboot to suspend Server running.
  • Disk and partition copy feature helps you backup data or migrate to another disk without reinstalling Windows.
  • Wipe disk/partition/Unallocated space to protect your data security.
  • Changes made on partitions can be previewed before applying to the hard disk.
  • Easy to use, just dragging and drawing on the disk map to resize, merge partitions.
  • Trusted product, many Fortune 500 companies select it to maintain their Servers.
  • full features and benefits

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