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Change Windows Server 2003 Partition with Partition Wizard Server Edition

  • If you are a server user, you will probably use Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2003. We have introduced how to repartition partitions of Windows Server 2008. Now let's turn to partitions of Windows Server 2003.

    In order to maintain the best performance from your servers, you need to perform partition management regularly. You would probably resize the partition of your system partitions. In this case, you need to turn to a Partition Manager, that's to say, you need the help of partition software.

    Generally speaking, you will always be at a risk of data loss when any improper operations on partitions were to occur or improper usage of some unreliable partitioning software. Therefore, choose a right Partition Manager for your servers is essential.

    Here comes the good news for you:

    Partition Wizard Server Edition, as a professional Partition Manager, is the "Mr. Right" for Server Partition Management. Whether your server system is Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008, you can rely on this professional Partition Manager.

    Partition Wizard Server Edition with powerful functions in server partition management is the best choice for you. With MiniTool Partition Manager, you can perform needed maintenance to your server partitions to ensure maximum server performance.

    Here, we will show you how simple it is to resize partitions with MiniTool Partition Manager:

    Launch the program, choose the partition that you want to change, right click, and use "Resize/Move" to adjust whatever size you need. See the screenshot below.



    Besides resizing, there are other advanced partition functions, such as create, delete, label, format, etc. Just click 'Partitions' on the toolbar and a box will pop up with all the advanced operations. You may see the picture below:


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