Windows Server 2003 operation system doesn’t occupy big space in a partition. Then some users may allocate small preservation space to the system partition. However, after using for a long time, people may find that the capacity of specified partition does not have enough to use. Why? Different kinds of software will be installed in it. In addition, a large amount of temporary files can also be kept in the system partition. As a result, the target partition will be lack of space in short time. The computer running speed can be affected. Fortunately, extending Windows Server 2003 system partition can help users get out of the trouble.
The snap-in disk management utility in Windows Server 2003 doesn’t have the function of enlarging partition. If users want to expand the system partition, they should turn to third-party partition software. Many system files are kept in system partition, so users should be more cautious when choosing partition magic. Here, the MiniTool Partition Wizard is just the one I’d like to recommend for users. With this powerful software, users can do almost all partition management operations to the computer. Furthermore, there is no need to worry about data security.
Before extending partition, please download the software from its download center and then install it into your computer.
Launch the partition magic, and then the main interface will be displayed for users.
1. Choose the system partition and then click “Extend Partition” from the left panel. The following window will be shown.
2. Select a partition from the drop-down list to decide where the free space will be taken. Then drag the button to resize partition. After resizing, please click “OK” to return to the main interface.
3. Click “Apply” to perform all the pending operations.
Finally, the task of extending Windows Server 2003 system partition has been fulfilled in MiniTool Partition Wizard.