Aomei Dynamic Disk Manager Pro Edition performs all necessary tasks on Windows-based systems to deliver optimal performance. Dynamic Volume Management, Disk Converter and Step-by-Step Wizard will maximize disk space usage and optimize computer performance in a non-destructive process.
Aomei Dynamic Disk Manager Edition can be downloaded from our database for free. DDM.exe is the most frequent filename for this program’s installer. This software is the intellectual property of Aomei Technology Co., Ltd. The size of the latest installer available for download is 33.5MB.
The latest version of the program can be downloaded for PCs running Windows XP / Vista / 7/8/10 32-bit. The most popular versions of the program are 1.2, 1.1 and 1.0. The program is in the System Utilities category. Our antivirus analysis shows that this download is safe.
Aomei Dynamic Disk Manager Server Edition is a complete Windows software RAID management solution. It can manage dynamic disk and dynamic volume for Windows Server 2000/2003/2008 and Windows 7/Vista / XP / 2000, and it also helps to troubleshoot PC and server performance bottlenecks in physical and virtual environments based on Windows to provide all the power you need. It allows you to resize / move / shrink / extend all types of dynamic volumes to maximize disk space usage, extend dynamic system volume to solve low disk space problem on C drive, convert dynamic disk to basic and vice versa without losing data, convert GPT disk to MBR and ensure data integrity, convert MBR disk to GPT to create volumes larger than 2TB, add drive to RAID 0 and RAID 5 to extend RAID volume, remove RAID drive 0 and RAID 5 to reduce RAID volume, move volume slices from one disk to another to replace disks, etc. Additional features: Any changes can be previewed and corrected before being applied to the physical disk. It supports Simple Volume, Striped Volume, Mirrored Volume, Spanned Volume and RAID5 Volume. It supports all storage devices that can be recognized by Windows, such as IDE, SAS, SSD, SATA, SCSI, external USB disks and Fire wire disk. It supports file system including FAT, FAT32 and NTFS. Supports disc styles including MBR and GPT. Supports dynamic volumes up to 5TB and 256 hard drives on one system. You’ll find that managing server and workstation disks has never been easier.
• Disk partitioning, data migration, conversion.
• Supports basic disk, dynamic disk and all RAID levels.
• Supports all Windows PC & Server operating systems.
• Supports physical machines and virtual machines.
Is dynamic disk better?
Most importantly, dynamic disks offer greater flexibility for volume management, because a database is used to track information about dynamic volumes and other dynamic disks on the computer. Also, dynamic disk is compatible with all Windows operating systems, from Windows 2000 to Windows 10.
What happens when you convert to dynamic disk?
On dynamic disk, there is no partition and it contains simple volumes, spanned volumes, separate volumes, mirrored volumes, and RAID-5 volumes. A basic disk can be easily converted to a dynamic disk without losing any data. … While on dynamic disk, volumes can be extended.
Is dynamic disk faster than basic disk?
There should be no performance difference between a basic disk and a dynamic disk. Unless when you are using the dynamic disk spanning feature, which will reduce the performance of the disk pool you are using, there will be some overhead.
What is a loved dynamic disk manager?
Dynamic Disk Manager is a complete, easy-to-use, and powerful integrated tool for advanced editions of AOMEI Partition Assistant. It is specially designed for dynamic disks and dynamic volume management for Windows system.
Aomei Dynamic Disk Manager Pro Edition is a comprehensive and effective solution aimed at users who need to handle various operations on their partitions, such as increasing or decreasing the volume, changing the label, modifying the drive letter, adding new drives to RAID and converting the basic to dynamic disk or vice versa.
It helps you to accurately enlarge or reduce the size of the original partition, merge two adjacent partitions, add unallocated disk space and erase data from a specific volume.