Resize Windows 2000 partitions with Professional partition manager - Partition Wizard
Resize Windows 2000 partitions is important in managing Windows 2000 systems
About Windows 2000 system
Windows 2000 is a line of operating systems produced by Microsoft for use on Professional desktops, notebook computers, and servers. Released on February 17, 2000, it was the successor to Windows NT, and is the final release of Microsoft Windows to display the "Windows NT" designation. It was succeeded by Windows XP for desktop systems in October 2001 and Windows Server 2003 for servers in April 2003.
Four editions of Windows 2000 were released: Professional, Server, Advanced Server, and Datacenter Server. Additionally, Microsoft sold Windows 2000 Advanced Server Limited Edition and Windows 2000 Datacenter Server Limited Edition, which were released in 2001 and ran on 64-bit Intel Itanium microprocessors. While each edition of Windows 2000 was targeted to a different market, they share a core set of features, including system utilities such as the Microsoft Management Console and standard system administration applications. Support for people with disabilities has been improved over Windows NT with a number of new assistive technologies.
Second, Select the partition you would like to do repartition. Take disk D as an example. Position the mouse pointer on the right partition handle; when the mouse pointer changes to a double-headed arrow, drag the handle to the partition size you want.
Here we choose to resize partition O. From the picture above, we can see partition O is 80G, while partition C is less than 30G. At the same time, we find that this disk has a large amount of free space. With the increase of key applications installed, it is necessary for us to enlarge the backup partition O and the system partition C.You can repeat the above procedure for the repartition of other partitions or disks.
3. You can also select the partition or disk you want to perform the resize function. Then click the button "Resize/Move" and you will see a pop-up dialogue box. You can either drag the handle to adjust the size of selected partition or input numbers to define the size of this partition or disk.
4. Click OK and finish the operation.
The resizing function is carried out under a special protection mode, thus, you never need to worry about data loss.
Lastly, apply changes, after that you will see:
MiniTool Partition Manager support both MBR and GUID partition table format running on 32/64 bits operating system, including Windows XP, Vista, Windows Server 2000/2003/2008 and the latest Windows 7.
As a professional partition manager, Partition Wizard can save you as much as 80% of time in partition managements.