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In company the Server computers are most important for the security and secrecy. Network administrator needs to take good care of these Server computers. That's why the software installed on Server computers is strictly chosen by administrator, especially the computer utilities, which are able to maximize the performance of the Servers. Along with more utilities being installed on this Server 2008, the original system/boot volume size become smaller and smaller.
When the boot volume C: drive is out of space, the Server computer will be fighting for the precious space and will run slowly. To start over is a solution but no one would like to waste their happy weekend to do it. The most time-saving and easy way is to extend the system volume on Windows Server 2008.
In fact, Windows provides the built-in partition tool in Disk Management, you can find this utility by right clicking "My Computer" > "Manage" > "Storage" > "Disk Management". When you right click a partition, you'll find the "Shrink Volume" and "Extend Volume" feature. After you shrink a volume, some unallocated space would be created on the right of this volume. Meanwhile, if you want to extend a volume, there must be unallocated space behind this volume. This is extremely inconvenient, so you have to delete the second volume if you want to extend boot volume. Is there a professional partition manager server 2008 software that can help you extend Server 2008 volume easier? Yes, this article will introduce the widely-used Server partition manager software - EaseUS Partition Master to extend Server 2008 volume.
1. Launch EaseUS Partition Master Server Edition.
2. Select partition you want to resize, right click it, select "Resize/Move partition" and drag the partition handle leftwards to resize partition.
For more detailed information, please visit resizing and moving partitions.