For Windows Server 2003 user, the gradually insufficient partition space would result in slower and slower partition operating speed thanks to the accumulating partition data. In this regard, many users would turn to extend previous partition size with the system build-in disk management tool which however would always disappoint them for the disk management tool fails to cover the function to extend partition. Fortunately, now we have partition managers to help user execute this operation. Talking about partition manager, I would like to recommend MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition which is delicately developed for Server operating system with various powerful functions.
Extend system partition in server 2003
Among all disk partitions of a computer, system partition is the most important one where the operation of computer relies on. System partition is always the first visible partition of disk partitions with not so large volume. However, once the system is so congested resulting from increasingly excessive resources, the operating speed of computer will become slower and slower which consequently is disadvantageous to the disk management. Therefore, most user incline to extend partition to unleash more partition space, optimize system partition, accelerate computer operating speed and enhance partition performance.
Select and right click the system partition, then click "Move/Resize".
In this scrollbar, the yellow area indicates the occupied space of system partition and the white part the unallocated space. By dragging the arrows or directly entering accurate values in the textboxes below, user can adjust partition size and position.