An application for the network administrators who need to change the disk space allocation on their servers by extending or reducing partitions.
- IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server Edition
- License :Demo
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:IM-Magic Inc
IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server Edition Description
IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server Edition is a practical tool for managing the disk space allocation on your servers. The program allows you to extend and shrink partitions in order to create space for your files..
When you install a new hard drive on your system, the first operation is most likely to allocate disk space by creating partitions. The partitions are an important factor in the disk access speed and help you organize your applications, media files and documents.
However, after a while it might be necessary to extend a partition in order to allocate more space for important programs. This is especially important for servers that store databases and other files that tend to increase their size over time.
This application is designed to edit the size of the existing partitions by shrinking some of them in order to extend others. It features a simple interface that allows you to adjust the size of each partition by dragging a slider.
If you need to accurately specify the partition size, the application provides you with this option in the dialog window which also enables you to relocate the occupied space on the hard drive. This allows you to easily allocate the free space to another partition.
Unfortunately, the program does not include the possibility to merge two partitions or create a new partition in the unallocated area which means that the users who need to change the structure of a hard drive by performing these operations must use additional tools.
The program is easy to use and allows you to specify all the operations before applying the changes. For instance, you can shrink two partitions, relocate them and extend a third one in a single operation.
IM-Magic Partition Resizer Server Edition requires insignificant resources and can successfully change the size of existing partitions.