Help ! Problem about Windows server 2008

the system of my windows server 2008 r2 is running really slow, I have to extend the partition of system!! I've tried the built-in disk management of windows, but after releasing some free space from drive d: I just cant add it to drive c:, I cant move its position! it's disgusting!! then I found some 3rd part softwares, but none of them are free they're more expensive than I can afford Is there some advises to help me~~ thanks a lot!!

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With the installations of apps in the system partition, it's normal that os runs slowly and slowly, the 1st way to improve the performances of windows is to extend the partition of os, with the help of partition assistant there're only 5 steps to follow, you can resize the system partition without losing date or rebooting... check it out ;)

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