Windows 10: Modify Existing Partitions
Except MiniTool Partition Wizard, EaseUS Partition Master is a good alternative, which a reliable partition manager is. Here also a tutorial: http://www.partition-tool.com/easeus-partition-manager/help/resizing-and-moving-partition.htm
Many thanks for the advice. I spoke to Asus today and they said that any modification of the partitions risks invalidating the warranty so I will only start experimenting once the warranty has fully expired. We will cope with the 1TB D drive for now.
I will probably just stick to Macrium Reflect Free or something equivalent to make a disk image.
the tutorial here says to delete all partitions before clean installing windows 10. But I don't want to do that.
I just want to reinstall cleanly on the OS partition only.
In the past with win7, when I had an OS and Data partition, I would...
i don't want to use to built-in windows key hotkeys such as win+D, win+S etc. how can i modify them or disable them altogether?
Does anyone in here know how to modify / disable this:
I see it when I first boot up my Windows 10 Pro laptop, I went into msconfig under the 'boot'...
Hello. I'm here about the age-old issue of network names getting a "#2" or "#3" appended to their names.
For instance, I have a hotspot device called "Hotspot". I just bought a new one today and I want to name it "Hotspot" as well -- but...
There is a possibility to change or modify the applications installed, like in windows 7
Where is the folder in user, where the link are stored ?