Windows 10: How do I expand my "C" drive with a new created volume? Solved

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  1.    05 Oct 2015 #21

    Cornishman said: View Post
    Well I bit the bullet and gave it a go, just out of curiosity.
    Did an image backup.
    Opened disk manager and shrank back about 900Mb from "E" (boot partition)
    Installed MiniTool partion and in under a minute, put the 900Mb into my "C" drive.
    Thanks OldMike65!
    Before
    Attachment 41223
    After
    Attachment 41224
    Well DONE sir!!!!!!!! Whats the fun of having a computer if we don't play with the settings, and tweak our computers!! Besides whatever program or OS made that 2 gig partition was wrong!!! Mine is 450mgs and windows 10 made it, from a fresh install. Also made 2 other partitions besides my primary, which still don't come to 1 gig combined! glad you decided to "bite the bullet" again, Good Job!!
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  2.    05 Oct 2015 #22

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    Well DONE sir!!!!!!!! Whats the fun of having a computer if we don't play with the settings, and tweak our computers!! Besides whatever program or OS made that 2 gig partition was wrong!!! Mine is 450mgs and windows 10 made it, from a fresh install. Also made 2 other partitions besides my primary, which still don't come to 1 gig combined! glad you decided to "bite the bullet" again, Good Job!!
    Thanks again OldMike65, I've learnt a couple of things in this post, and the Minitool partition is a handy little program to keep.
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  3.    05 Oct 2015 #23

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    Well DONE sir!!!!!!!! Whats the fun of having a computer if we don't play with the settings, and tweak our computers!!
    And wipe out your entire operating system a couple of times in the process :-) or at the very least get the "no operating system found" message.
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