How to Allocate Free Space from One Partition to Another in Server 2000/2003/2008?
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Server administrators must be familiar with this sentence: "You are running out of disk space on Local Disk (C:). To free space on this drive by deleting old or unnecessary files, click here…". This is a low disk space warning to remind users that there is not enough space on C drive. If there is no sufficient space on system partition, the computer will run slowly and unstable. Then how to extend c drive in windows 2008 to optimize serve computer performance?

The best way to extend a volume is to allocate free space from other partition to it. Based on the limitations of Windows built-in Disk Management tool, it is necessary to use some reliable partition software. AOMEI Partition Assistant, as advanced partition magic for windows server, can help server users manage hard disk and volume safely and easily.

This article is going to introduce how to allocate free space from a large volume to a small one with this all-in-one and easy-to-use tool.

Step1: Open AOMEI Partition Assistant. Right click on D drive and select "Allocate Free Space" option in the drop-down menu.

Step2: In the pop-up window, enter the amount of free space you want to move to another partition. Then click "OK" to continue.

Step3: Click "Apply" button to commit the operations.

Seeing the demonstrations above, you can know that this tool is to easy to use. Moreover, it provides many powerful functions that Windows snap-in disk manager doesn't have, such as move/merge/split partitions, migrate OS to another SSD or HDD, clone hard disk to a new one, etc. Based on these advantages, AOMEI Partition Assistant Server Edition is a good choice for Windows 200/2003/2008/2012 users.

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