We think that users need to change partition size in Windows Server 2008 at times. Some of our partition size usually needs to be adjusted after we use computer for a long time. We know that disk partitions are not all the same with each other. Maybe some disk partition size is so large that much of its free space will not be used by us while other partitions are too small to save large files.
When Server 2008 users meet this problem, they may try to find a way to change partition size in Windows Server 2008 if they want to save large files in a small partition. Then, which ways can help users adjust partition size? The common ways comprise extending partition, shrinking partition, splitting partition as well as merging partition. Among these usual ways, we would like to show users how to adjust partition by merging two partitions together.
Of course, two disk partitions can’t be directly merged together with the help of Windows built-in small tools (Disk Management and diskpart). Therefore, users need to choose partition magic to change partition size in Windows Server 2008. With no doubt, MiniTool Partition Wizard is a good partition tool for users to choose.
Merging partition can be easily completed by using this partition magic, because it has a useful function called “Merge Partition” that can help users realize changing partition size in Windows Server 2008 by simple steps.
Step 1: to merge two partitions together, users should choose a partition formatted with NTFS file system (because this partition magic doesn’t support merging partition which is formatted with FAT) and then click “Merge” from tool bar.
Note: If the chosen partition is formatted with FAT, users can use “Convert FAT to NTFS” function of the software to change file system first.
Step 2: users can see the partition chosen in step 1 is selected now in the small window and then users need to click “Next”.
Step 3: choose an adjacent partition and click “Finish”.
Users can clearly see that there are only three main steps to realize merging partition. If users have interest in using this partition magic to change partition size in Windows Server 2008, they can get this software with ease.