Monday, January 7, 2013

How to align partitions with partition manager server?

Since most of the users are not acquainted with professional disk management knowledge and the built-in disk management tool of Windows Server has flaws, for example,unable to align partitions, then 3rd party partition manager server will be the best choice for users to  to  trustingly.
But there is large amount of partition magic, among all partition managers, users just need to select the best partition software with highest reputation and properties to manage partition. And the best partition software - MiniTool Partition Wizard, which ranks first on Partition Manager Software, is suggested to manage disk partition.

Why choosing MiniTool Partition Wizard


Fine data protection mechanism: data will not be lost even if power outage or system crash suddenly happens in the process of managing disk.  
Excellent compatibility: this partition magic runs perfectly in various kinds of 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems like Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, and supports file systems such as NTFS, FAT32, FAT16 and VFAT.

Ease of use: all operations can be accomplished by clicking mouse. Detailed operation prompts are provided, so users can finish partition management operations according to the prompts even if having no idea of disk management technology.

Those above are parts of its features. In order to make the partition software understood more intuitively, we will introduce the disk management software briefly -  align partitions.


After downloading and installing the recommended partition manager server to the computer, please launch it. Users will see its main interface, as follows.



Select the disk of which the partitions will be aligned and click "Align All Partitions" and then click "Apply". Then aligning partitions on Windows Server will be successful.

the best partition software also has many other merits. For more software information, please visit its official or the website http://www.partitionmanagerserver.com.

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