Will it be in time to fix low disk space problem when I found my Windows 2012 C Drive runs out of space right now? Yes, that’s why server system makes a warning before system infect daily use. You can use this partition magic server tool Partition Expert to resize C Drive when it shows low disk space alert or when you find C Drive is about to run out of space.
When C Drive on Windows Server 2008 (R2) is running out of space, system performance becomes poor and response to each request of the server is getting slower and slower. D Drive, on the contrary, has much free space in it, so it’s time to extend C Drive with free space in D Drive. Fortunately, Disk Management in server manager has the option “Extend Volume” listed, let’s check out if it capable of this task.
If your hard disk drive size is not big enough to accommodate all your needs, you will be soon informed C drive is running out of space because of many continuous files on the hard disk drive are occupying the space. Why? The C drive is the default storage destination for all Windows files including Temporary Folders, Internet Files, Programs, My Documents, Pictures, etc.
“My C Drive is always running out of space on Windows Server 2003, it’s Dell Server with 12GB C Drive, I gave a lot of space to that partition, but now it shows low disk space, again, why my C Drive keeps running out of space? Are there any solutions? I found no extend volume or shrink volume options in Windows Server 2003 like they’re in Windows 2008. I run a server for small business, I partition 32GB to C Drive, which I thought might be quite enough for server system years ago. Please help,”