CHENGDU, China — Make Life Easy. EASEUS introduces a solution for resizing server partitions with the EASEUS Partition Manager Server v2.1 – a recent upgrade to the existing Partition Manager. This is good news for Windows Server users since PartitionMagic(TM) does not work with this server. Multiple servers supported include: Windows 2000/2003 32 and 64-bit. The EASEUS Partition Manager creates, deletes, formats and moves a logical disk to reallocate space and simply complies with the system requirements of a tricky application.

It’s the best value for small and medium-sized enterprises; school labs; government agencies; and more.

Top benefits include:
* No data loss and less technical nightmares, especially when the user needs to enlarge the system partition.
* 32 hard disks are supported on the server.
* 2GB to 1TB are supported. Users may enlarge whatever size they wish.
* Hardware RAID array is supported for company users and individual drives.
* Free and fast support service provided via e-mail.
* Perfectly compatible with the Windows Server 2003.

Sooner or later, people have to reshape their hard disks on a server. Now, this is possible without having to wipe out the entire disk and reinstalling software.

The EASEUS Partition Manager Server Edition performs well when resizing and moving partitions; creating new and deleting (one or all) partitions; formatting partitions and sticking up labels to them; viewing disk or partition properties; marking partition as active; and hiding and unhiding partitions.

It also perfectly compatible with all four editions of Windows Server 2003: Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition; Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition; Windows Server 2003 x64 Standard Edition; and Windows Server 2003 x64 Enterprise Edition.

The new software is made to be a non-computer geek friendly application. Instructions are simple and take users through the process step-by-step. It’s a top-notch product in the disk management market.

Compared with earlier versions, The EASEUS Partition Manager Server Edition also runs on a bootable CD, regardless of the operating system, and is a useful feature in case of a crash.

System Requirements: Windows Server (2000 and 2003); and non-server (2000, XP and Vista) 32 and 64-bit systems.

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