Re: c-partition is to small


When Windows shrinks it's own partition, will the adjacent partition to the
right automatically become larger? Or will free space be created. If free
space, this feature is pretty useless. I would then still need 3rd party
software to extend the following partition to the left.

- Net

"John Galt" <galtj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
kame <kame.3xxi08@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

What can i do if i want to change this. My other partitions (D, E) are
much bigger. But C is too small!


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