On dynamic disks, we could take advantage of unallocated space to
extend system volume. But, if the unallocated space is not adjacent to system volume, we
need to change it into contiguous. The following paragraph will show you how to do it.
Firstly, launch AOMEI Dynamic Disk Manager.
Secondly, on disk 1, right-click E: New Volume and select “Move Slice”.
Thirdly, in the pop-up window, pull E: New Volume rightwards to set the unallocated space on the right side of C: volume.
After the third step, the unallocated space will be moved behind C: volume, right-click C: drive and select “Resize Volume”.
Then, in the dialog box that pop up, pull the slider rightwards to extend C: volume.
Finally, don’t forget to click “Commit” to perform pending operations.
Just a few steps, you can move the unallocated space to extend system volume. Why not download Dynamic Disk Manager to manage your dynamic disk safely and conveniently.