Partition Manager Server 8.1.1
- Convert NTFS to FAT.
- Copy Dynamic disk volume.
- GPT Disk and MBR Disk interconversion.
- Copy UEFI boot disk.
- Convert GPT-style Dynamic Disk to Basic.
- Move Boot/System volume for Dynamic Disk.
Partition Manager Help
- Partitioning Basics
Using Partition Manager
- Partition Manager Basic
- Menu Of View
- Disk Operations
- Partition Operations
- Dynamic Disk
- Technical Support
Align All Partitions
It is important and necessary to realign disk drive using Partition Manager to avoid performance degradation scenario (Cluster straddling: clusters span partial physical disk sectors because of shifted partitions. We can Align All Partitions after partitioning hard drive. Aligning All Partitions can help reduce the number of unaligned writes and optimize hard drive performance.
Align all partitions with Partition Manager:
Three ways to start “Align All Partitions” operation:
1. Right click the disk where alignment is to be performed and click “Align All Partitions” from the drop-down menu;
2. Select the disk where alignment is to be performed and click “Align All Partitions” from Action Panel in the left;
3. Select the disk where alignment is to be performed, click “Disk” on the top toolbar and click “Align All Partitions” from the drop-down menu.
Then you will be informed of how many partitions are to be aligned. Click “OK” to start alignment.
Last, click “Apply” from the top left corner to execute pending operation and finish Disk Alignment.