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Partition Master 10.8
Convert system disk from MBR to GPT safely
Most of the Windows Server users and the technicians have met this problem: the free space on system partition is not enough to install new software; the system is running slowly because the inefficient free space on the disk causing low disk space problem and it need more space from other partitions. One way to optimize the performance of your Windows Server is by resizing Windows Server partition.
This article talks about how to resize Windows Server partition and make the process of resizing a partition on Windows Server becomes simplified with detail introduction.
For most Windows Server users, resizing Windows Server partition is not an easy work to do, which makes most of the people ask for help from Windows Server partition resizing software.
A server is a very important part for a company system. If you do partition resizing with unsafe software, your precious multi-media files, your important data would be lost without any chance of recovery, only leaving you sorrow and desperation. So it is very important for IT administrator to right choose a partition utility to do Windows Server partition resizing.
EaseUS Server partition software - EaseUS Partiton Master Server Edition is a reliable one that may help you out when you feel anxious about resizing Windows Server partition to maximize its performance. Except its core feature - Resize/Move partition, it can also merge partition, copy partition for data transfer, resize dynamic volume, convert dynamic to basic disk and so on. Now let's see how to extend system partition (C: drive) on Windows Server.
1. Launch EaseUS Partition Master Server Edition.
2. Select a partition which as enough unused space and right click it by choosing "Resize/Move partition". Drag the partition handle leftwards to shrink the drive. Then there will be unallocated space behind this drive for extending C: drive.
Move the shrunk drive rightwards to let the unallocated space be behind the system partition (C: drive) and click OK.
3. Select the system partition (C: drive), select "Resize/Move partition", and drag the partition handle rightwards to extend system partition (C: drive). Click Apply.
If there is some unallocated space around the system partition, you can extend the system partition directly with those free space.