With lower and lower system partition space, server will run slower and slower or even fall into failure. To reinstall system is a way but wastes much time. What's more, it will cause data loss.
It is suggested to use partition manager server to extend system partition thus making system perform better. With partition manager server, we can resize partition in server all by ourselves instead of deleting partition, formatting partition, or reinstalling system. MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition is the best choice for users of 32-bit or 64-bit Windows Server 2003.
MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition has comprehensive functions like resize partition, merge partition, create partition, delete partition, format partition, copy partition, etc. It also guarantees data security and has great stability as well as reliability. MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition is special for server operating systems. It even provides users with preview effect to avert accidental operation.
The operation of resizing partition in MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition is rather simple.
Firstly, buy MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition at official website and install it to server. Launch it and we can check the disk and partition list in main interface.
Select and right click one partition in partition list. In shortcut menu, click "Move/Resize" and the following interface will come up. We can drag the border of partition handle to shrink it to release some space.
Then there will be some unallocated space in disk.
Back to main interface, we can extend system partition with the unallocated space. Select system partition and click "Move/Resize" in "Operations" at left. Then the next interface will come up. We can do as what we have done: to drag the border rightwards to extend system partition.
After click "OK" button, we should remember to click "Apply" button in main interface to execute all operations.
The operation is so simple that almost every user can do that. Please refer to official website of this server partition manager for more information: http://www.partitionwizard.com.