Problem description: When running my Windows Server 2008, I receive a warning: your system C drive is running out of space. I feel very nervous because I don’t know how to fix this problem. Who can help me?
In fact, you can turn to Windows Server 2008 disk extender or disk management tool to solve this problem. But, Windows built-in disk management tool cannot meet the needs of most people’s because it has great limitations. For instance, if there is no unallocated space or free space on the right side of the partition users would like to extend, the “Extend Volume” will be grayed out. Therefore, users had better resort to disk extender.
If users want to quickly resize Windows Server partition without influencing the original data, they can turn to MiniTool Partition Wizard because it has high security and excellent performance. Besides, it provides wizard-like interfaces and operating steps to help users to easily change partition size. Next, let’s see how to use this disk extender.
At first, users need to install it on computer. After installation, launch it to get the following interface.
The above window is the main interface of MiniTool Partition Wizard, and it displays all partitions and information about them. At this time, if users want to increase the size of the system C drive, select it and click “Extend Partition” from Operations group of the action panel.
In this dialog box, users should choose an existing partition to take free space and drag the sliding button to a desirable place to determine how much free space to take. After that, click “OK” button to go back to the main interface of this software.
Finally, click “Apply” button on the left to execute all changes to computer. Thus, all work has been done by using MiniTool Partition Wizard.
With a few mouse-clicks, users can easily resize partition via Windows Server 2008 disk extender. Hurry to download it if you need to optimize the usage of Windows Server hard disk space.