As we all know, Windows operating system has a built-in Disk Management utility that helps to do basic disk partition management. However, among all the features it provides, some are advanced, while some are really impractical.
Since Windows server 2008, disk management can manage partitions with shrinking and expanding to help resize server volumes. But remember this is really not good enough, because there are many limitations for users to employ these two features, such as the requirements on the location of the unallocated space. Meanwhile, some advanced features, like convert dynamic disk to basic, convert MBR disk to GPT disk, can never get achieved without deleting volumes on the hard drive. In this case, you must try your best to search a wonderful Server partition resizer to improve this situation.
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