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Macrorit Partition Extender ServerDiscount

Macrorit Partition Extender Server

Extend Server Partitions While Protecting Your Data

$24.99
v2.3.1 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 and 11 (Both 32& 64 bit), include All Server Oss.
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Is your network getting slow? Have you ever considered that it’s due to shrinking space on your server partition? Want to extend your partition without having to get a degree in computer science, and without risk to your data? Just pick up a copy of today’s discount software promotion, Macrorit Partition Extender Server!

Macrorit Partition Extender Server lets you extend server system partitions using a safe and fast algorithm. With Macrorit Partition Extender Server, you’ll be able to extend server system partitions in Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, and other Server operating systems, both 32-bit and 64-bit flavors. And thanks to disaster protection features, Macrorit Partition Extender Server ensures that the data in your partition remains intact even if the power goes out or you’re forced to shut down the server.

So find out how much you can boost performance by getting more disk space through server partition extension! You’ll be amazed, and your users will thank you for the improved server performance.

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Cooler So many inconsistencies. Button "How to do" in software leads to 404 web page and "readme.htm" link in portable versions folder does the same thing. Features listed on home page includes 32 and 64 bit WinPE bootable discs, but I can't seem to find such things. Also, according softwares home page the original price listed here is for Professional edition instead of $59.99 for this Server edition.
Mar 2 at 1:37am Copy Link
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mahdi ameri Hello Cool, thanks! Thanks to the programmer, able, always, success.
Your developers did an extraordinary job. Only Best Software World .
Thanks for the Giveaway. Thank you very much to you and all colleagues.
I'm very happy.I use this powerful Software. This than 5 stars
Mar 2 at 3:43am Copy Link
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Todd User I invite anyone to consider the following observations and draw your own conclusions:
For obvious reasons, I must have 100% trust and confidence in any software that is capable of altering my disk partition (free or not). So should anyone else that cares about their computing safety. That said, I apply simple critical-thinking when considering software such as this. Following are my observations:

1) The Macrorit website does NOT provide a physical address. It provides a physical address for their Payment gateway vendor (Regnow), but NOT for the developer themselves (Macrorit). That is a huge "nope" for me.

2) The EULA provided on Macrorit's website, while very short, contains multiple incidents of at least one misspelled word, and it is a huge, glaring error essentially rendering the EULA meaningless. If the developer does not have enough attention to detail to publish a correctly worded EULA, what reason do I have to think that they provide adequate attention to detail to their coding?

3) The name Macrorit and their URL is, for my tastes, too suspiciously similar to the well-known and well respected firm Macrium ( https://www.macrium.com/products/home ), whose products include disk partition functions. This causes me to suspect that Macrorit is attempting to take advantage by possibly confusing potential buyers into thinking they are Macrium.

4) I posted these same concerns as a comment to another of their recent promotions on Bitsdujour on February 7, 2024, and the developer did not provide a response. More concerning, although that was nearly a month ago, they did not make any corrections to their EULA or unmask their physical presence details on their website. That lack of response does not inspire confidence.

5) There is fine print on the macrorit.com website that says they are part of Bada Technology Co. Ltd, but there is no link provided to Bada Technology. There is little information that comes up when searching for Bada Technology Co. Ltd, but a search does reveal other websites attributed to Bada Technology Co. Ltd offering the same products (such as https://disk-tool.com/ ). I find that kind of strange -- why do they need multiple web presences under different names?
Mar 2 at 10:04am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! Macrorit® Tech Development Co., Ltd. has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Mar 3 at 12:11am Copy Link
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