For EFI system you need the following 4 partitions shown in red (you can see what you have with diskpart command).
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Microsoft DiskPart version 10.0.14393.0
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On computer: HALI-WIN10
DISKPART> select disk 0
Disk 0 is now the selected disk.
DISKPART> list partition
Partition ### Type Size Offset
------------- ---------------- ------- -------
Partition 1 Recovery 500 MB 20 KB
Partition 2 System 200 MB 500 MB
Partition 3 Reserved 16 MB 701 MB
Partition 4 Primary 32 GB 717 MB
Partition 5 Primary 55 GB 33 GB
Partition 6 Unknown 23 GB 88 GB
Partition 7 Unknown 619 MB 112 GB
In order these 4 are:
Partition 1 - Window RE (actually this is optional but it is probably a good idea to have it). Normally it is 450 or 500MB.
Partition 2 - EFI (boot files). Normally this is 100MB.
Partition 3 - Microsoft Reserved Partition (MS is a bit vague what this is for and Windows seems to work OK without it but it is recommended - note you can only see this in diskpart not in disk management). Normally it is 16MB.
Partition 4 - your C drive. This is whatever size you want but must be at least 20GB (I think).
See Recommended UEFI-Based Disk-Partition Configurations for more details.
After that you can do what you want. I have partition 5 as D drive shared data and then 6 and 7 are OSX. Most likely you'll have another recovery partition (bigger than the initial 450/500MB one) which contains your manufacturers image used for push button recovery. You can back it up and delete it if you want.
There is a tutorial here describing how to set up dual boot if that is what you are wanting:
Windows 10 - Dual Boot with Windows 7 or Windows 8 - Windows 10 Forums