- Extend C Drive Windows 2003
Maybe you have a 4TB hard disk installed on your Server 2003, but you may only allocate several GB to C drive when you divide the hard disk into a few partitions on your Server because you don't think you will store much data to this drive. However, as more and more programs are installed on your Server, the space of C drive becomes smaller and smaller which leads you to an embarrassing situation – C drive is showing low disk space warning every time you boot your computer, while the rest partitions are still empty.
Step 1. Launch the Macrorit Partition Expert Server. Choose a partition that has much free disk space. Right click this drive and choose "Resize/Move Volume" option. In the pop up window, move the arrow to decrease the size of the selected drive. Then you will see an unallocated volume shown beside this drive
Step 2. Move the unallocated volume close to C drive. Right click C drive and choose "Resize/Move Volume" option. Move the arrow to increase the size of C drive in the pop up window
Step 3. Click "Commit" button on the top of left side to apply changes
Macrorit Partition Expert Server can not only work on Windows Server OS such as Server 2000, 2003, 2008, SBS 2003, SBS 2008, 2003 R2, 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2. This software can also works on other version of Windows PC like Windows XP/7/8 and Windows 10. It supports to resize both MBR and GPT disk on 32 and 64 bit Windows OS
Many users don't dare to resize a partition unless they know it really doesn't have any harm to system or data. Macrorit Partition Expert Server provides 100% guarantee that it won't change any data on your disk when resizing the partition.