This powerful and reliable Windows Server partition manager integrates a set of functions allowing you to rapidly manage hard drives, change disk properties, repair disk errors while ensuring data security.
System C drive in low disk space warning? Or want to resize Server partition?
Partition Assistant allows you to resize/move partition flexibly, delete partition to free up space, split partition to divide a partition into two or more partitions, and merge partitions to enlarge a partition with multiple small partitions.
Need to upgrade system disk or change a new disk for better performance? Wish to move some applications from system C: drive to another drive to free up system drive space?
“Migrate OS to SSD/HDD” wizard allows you to upgrade system drive without reinstalling OS. “App Mover” can help transfer some applications or programs from one partition to another different one and make them work normally.
Convert MBR to GPT or GPT to MBR without losing data - solves problems such as 3 TB hard drive not showing full capacity, “GPT Protective”. Convert disk type from dynamic to basic or basic to dynamic without data loss.
Convert NTFS to FAT32 or FAT32 to NTFS, convert primary partition to logical or logical to primary partition without losing data.
To protect sensitive data, ensure they are completely erased and unrecoverable before you give away or selling Server hard drive or SSD.
Wipe Hard Drive, Wipe Partition erases all data on a hard drive completely. SSD Secure Erase erases data on SSD safely without hurting lifespan. Shred Files deletes files or folders permanently.
Helps you to easily and quickly create a new logical or primary partition from unallocated space or free space on a partition.Learn More
Delete data on a partition and rebuild the file system to prepare an available space. Supports format a drive to FAT32, NTFS, exFAT, Ext2, Ext3, Ext4.Learn More
Restore accidentally deleted or missing partition on a disk.Learn More
Failed to boot up your PC? Try rebuild the MBR(Master Boot Record) table for your Server under WinPE environment.Learn More
Making a partition aligned with the turn underlying block structure, which ensures ideal performance of an SSD while writing and reading data.Learn More
Set MBR or GPT partition table for a new disk and get it ready for creating partition and storing data.Learn More
Make a bootable WinPE USB, CD, DVD that enables you to access a non-bootable Server to troubleshoot booting issues, like BCD error or to manage disk.Learn More
Establish a portable Windows Server operating system on a USB drive to run the Server environment on different PCs/Servers.Learn More
Partitions with theses file systems cannot be resized for now but you can create, delete, format, move and clone them.
Ease-to-use and intuitive interface makes complicated operations simple and quick. Even a computer beginner can handle it.
Enhanced technologies ensure no data loss. Preview outcome of an operation before you click “Apply” in case operative error.
As leader in disk management, AOMEI Partition Assistant has gained millions trusts of users cross the world.
With AOMEI Partition Assistant, you don’t need to delete a partition and you will not lose you data.
It will keep your data to complete partition style conversion. And it works well in convert both Server OS and data partitions.
Windows DM requires adjacent unallocated space to extend a partition, otherwise the option will be greyed out. Fortunately, “Move Partition” feature can work it out, and “Extend Partition Wizard” can directly increase it with free space.
The “Partition Recovery Wizard” can help you. It will scan through your hard drive and recover deleted or lost partition.
Lots of factors can cause system crash. If it is due to bad sectors and BCD error, you can create a bootable WinPE media to boot up your Server, and try check the bad sectors and rebuild MBR to fix it.
AOMEI Partition Assistant supports clone larger disk to smaller SSD as long as the destination drive has enough space to keep the data to clone. And it can be directly placed on the disk bay to boot up your Server.