Resize Partition Server 2008 64 bit with Reliable Partition Software
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Resize partition Server 2008 64 bit with AOMEI Partition Assistant Server Edition. As we all know, Windows Server 2008 is applied in virtualization workload, supporting applications and protecting network providing users with most effective platform. Besides, it provides a safe and easy to management platform for developing and hosting web applications and services. Server 2008 provides valuable new features from group to the data center, which makes significant improvements in basic operation system.

Windows Server 2008 based on 64 bit virtualization technology can maximize the utilization of hard disk, merge workload and save cost of management. However, some software has special requirements on running 32 bit rather than 64 bit. Partition Assistant Server is compatible with Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 (all editions), Windows Home Server 2011, Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 (all editions), Windows 8 and 8.1 (all editions), Windows Server 2003 and 2003 R2 (all editions), etc. Partition Assistant Server can be used to resize partition Server 2008 64 bit to optimize the performance of hard disk.

There are some common situations that need to resize partition. Unreasonable partitions one oversized partition and a small partition set up, Low space of disk to install applications, etc. Under such situation, resize partition is necessary. Resize partition Server 2008 64 bit with Partition Assistant Server is a good choice. Here is the tutorial of "How to resize Windows Server 2008 partition?".


AOMEI Partition Assistant Server Edition as latest server partition magic contains many excellent features to mange disk partitions, such as merge partition, align partition, migrate OS to SSD/HDD, convert dynamic disk to basic disk, etc. More features are listed here.

Notice: Here is comparison of features for several Partition Assistant editions. You can select it according to your operating system and needs.

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