Monday, June 9, 2014

Resize Server C Drive without Reformatting

Most Windows Server users have run into such kind of problem:
There is no enough free space on system partition to install any new software
Computer runs slowly and even breaks down because C drive is running out of disk space
When C drive has insufficient free space, you need to free more space on C drive. However, you don’t need to delete any data or reformat the C drive in order to free space. Instead, you can resize C drive with third-party partition software.

Windows Server Partition Software Download
C drive resizer Server is Windows Server partition software, which enables you to resize disk partition when C drive is running out of disk space while other partitions still have large free disk space. Unallocated space is needed in order to extend C drive, so C drive resizer Server also enables you to shrink disk partition to squeeze unallocated space in order to extend C drive. The C drive resizer Server can work on Windows Server 2000, 2003, 2008, SBS 2003, SBS 2008, Windows Server r2, etc.

How to Extend C Drive on Windows Server?
Step1. Download, install and launch C drive resizer Server. Right click a partition that has large free disk space and choose "Resize/Move" option.
Step2. When mouse shows double arrows symbol, you can move the arrow to shrink the selected partition to squeeze some unallocated space.
Step3. Move the unallocated space close to C drive. Right click C drive and choose "Resize/Move" option.
Step4. Move the arrow to increase the size of C drive and then click "Apply" button.

Solution for Windows Server Low Disk Space on C
1. C drive on my computer is running out of disk space. My computer is running with Windows Server 2003 operating system. Is it possible to extend C drive?
2. I have a 1TB hard disk drive on Windows Server 2008. The hard disk was partitioned into 4 drives when building in my computer. Now, the C drive is running on low disk space, and only F drive has lots of free space. I cannot extend C drive by shrinking F drive by using Disk Management because I cannot find a way to move the unallocated space behind C drive. Is there any other way to fix the low disk space on C drive Windows Server 2008?

As long as there is free space on the same hard disk, you can extend C drive by shrinking other partition. C drive resizer Server can not only help you extend or shrink disk partition, it can also help you move unallocated space close to C drive.

Resize C Drive without Reformatting
No matter it is C drive that runs out of disk space or doesn’t have enough free disk space, you can rely on C drive resizer Server to extend the size of C drive. You can extend NTFS and FAT partition without reformatting, so you will not lose any data. The partition software is also risk-free and it is completely reliable for all Windows Server users. This partition software also enables you to extend C drive without rebooting your computer, so it can save much time. If your computer reboots with unknown reasons during partition resizing, it will not hurt data stored on your disk or cause any system trouble.

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