Grow your partition with a restore on Macbook Pro

If you’re one of the many Mac admirers and owing a Macbook Pro, chances’re you must have tried Apple’s latest Boot Camp utility, that would let you run Windows Vista your Macbook Pro. After a month or so of use, I found this was not big enough. I was down to just 1-2GB free. How to […]

If you’re one of the many Mac admirers and owing a Macbook Pro, chances’re you must have tried Apple’s latest Boot Camp utility, that would let you run Windows Vista your Macbook Pro.

After a month or so of use, I found this was not big enough. I was down to just 1-2GB free. How to shrink the Mac partition and grow the Vista partition.?

Windows Home Server to the rescue. See, Windows Home Server's computer restore capability can restore to a larger hard drive (or partition) than the original.

More info: Windows Home Server Reviewer's Guide (PDF)