We all know that partitions on hard drive is necessary for us to store data. However, these drives can easily be incorrectly operated. Once they are wrongly operated, this may result in data loss. In our family, especially the family with young children, incorrect operation is easiest to happen. Because these children are very curious about the computer when they see adults playing computer, they may randomly click partitions on hard disk. And accidentally, some partition may be damaged by them. Generally, we can hide partition in computer by using the Explorer (but, if the hidden partition is drive C:, your computer may not properly start), no matter which system your computer is installed, such as Win XP, Win 7 and even Windows Server versions. Of course, you can also simply realize hiding partition in Windows Server 2003.
In addition to the above function, hiding partition in Windows Server 2003 can also help protect privacy, such as our precious family photos, our company’s confidential documents or our game progress. Once users successfully hide partition, the hidden partition can’t be seen in operation interface.
If users want to hide partition right now in order to protect system partition from being damaged or protect privacy. There is a practical way for them to realize hiding partition in Windows Server 2003 with simple steps – making use of MiniTool Partition Wizard.
1. Users can start with choosing the partition they want to hide and clicking “Hide Partition” from the left action panel in order to successfully perform hiding partition in Windows Server 2003.
2. Click “Apply” and choose “Yes”.
3. Wait for the completion of the pending changes.
From the above content, users can clearly see several simple operating steps of hiding partition in Windows Server 2003 with MiniTool Partition Wizard. Users are welcomed to get this partition magic whenever they want to.