I recently updated my notebook to Windows 10 Home (1607) from the previous version of Windows 10 Home.
I was in the process of performing a disk-cleanup to regain some space lost during the upgrade (notebook only has 120 gb of storage to begin with) when I noticed some extra partitions that weren't there before the update (I noticed this in the disk defrag app). I then opened EaseUS' partition manager app and saw the following:
Can anyone suggest which of these partitions I can delete/merge into C: to free up extra space? I know Recovery probably shouldn't be touched, but what about the other unallocated partitions? The partition above Recovery looks like it could also be similar (but without the label).
Any help/guidance/advice would be greatly appreciated.