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Resize system boot partition

  • Speaking of system partition and boot partition, the majority of user would deem them as the same kind of partition. But this is not the case, the system partition and boot partition shares some differences. As a matter of fact, system partition is a frequently employed term in Window operating system mainly referring to the partition that is used to boot Windows partition. Usually, its root directory includes operating system boot files such as boot.ini, ntldr, etc. However, the boot partition contains Windows operating system partition and partition of its supported files. Yet the boot partition can be synonymous with system partition. According to the definition, the partition that contains boot files is system partition and partition that contains Windows file directory is boot partition. This feature is shown the most apparently on multisystem computer. To sum up, whatever the boot partition or system partition, a third-party disk management program is required to perform disk management operations. MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition should be the very best choice for user.

    Why should we resize system and boot partition?
    1. Excessive installation of software and applications, resulting in insufficient partition space to slow the computer operating speed.
    2. Oversize partitions are allocated when user installs operating system. Therefore, user should resize partition to make the most of disk space effectively.
    3. Some particular software requires to be installed on system partition whose space is always too small.

    How to resize partition with MiniTool Partition Wizard Server Edition?
    To resize system and boot partition, user should first download MiniTool Partition Wizard at MiniTool Partition Wizard Download Center for free.
    After successful installation, user would come to following interface when running MiniTool Partition Wizard.



    Select and right click system partition according to status column, then click "Move/Resize":



    In this interface, user should drag the left or right arrow or directly enter value to the blank to set the size of partition. Then please click "OK":



    Lastly, click "Apply" to realize all previous settings. During the process, computer needs to be restarted. Afterwards, the partition will be successfully resized.