Excellent Server Magic Alternative to Easily Resize Server Partition

Server magic can help people to manage Server partition better, so, everyone wants to select a powerful tool. Partition Assistant Server Edition is an excellent Server magic alternative to easily resize Server partition.


By Michael / Updated on May 12, 2023

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Server magic refers to the disk partition software windows server. It helps you to better manage your disk with the ability of resizing, deleting, copying, moving partitions on Server. If you are a user of Server, it is a good choice to choose a server partition software.

How to choose the right software for your Server operating system? Generally speaking, computer users will take cost, security, stability and operated ways into consideration. From all these factors, AOMEI Partition Assistant Server Edition may the right server magic for you.

The powerful partition tool works on a host of operating systems. It runs perfectly on Home Server 2011, Server 2008/2003/2000, Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2000 and Windows PE, both 32bit and 64bit. Also, it supports some hardware. Meanwhile, its excellent features will brings you so much convenient, which including merge, resize, move partitions, allocate free space, copy or recovery disk and partition, partition alignment and so on. What’s more, it can help you to manage dynamic disk.

As it mentioned above, Partition Assistant Server Edition is the one of server magic alternative to manage disk on server. Here is an illustration of resizing F drive with this tool.

Step 1: Download this software and launch it. You will see the disk map in the main interface. Right click the drive F and choose the selection of “Resize Partition”.

Step 2: In the following window, please do as the image do, and then, click “OK”.

Step 3: Click “Apply” in the toolbar to commit the task.

Having seen the detailed procedures above, you can see how easy it is! This Server magic alternative is really an excellent tool for you to manage disk. Do you think so?

Michael · Staff Editor
Michael is a professinal editor of AOMEI editor team.