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Originally Posted by lapwlover
I have met a similar situation recently; I want to increase my partition space in windows 7. I found the tool built-in windows 7 could not help me solve my problem. Because there is not unallocated space beside my system partition. I googled and found one free partition software, easeus partition master. I used it to drag D drive to shrink it and let some unallocated space beside my system partition. Then I increased it. It is so mazing!
Please do not resurrect 8 year old threads.
Your post is Not really a Linux specific problem but a Microsoft issue. You could use the Microsoft disk management tool to shrink partitions. Along with other tools to move or copy partitions.
You should re-read LQ Rules
When posting in an existing thread, ensure that what you're posting is on-topic and relevant to the thread. If the content of your post will interfere with the current discussion, you should start a new thread.
Your query should have been created in <General> because of Microsoft specifics.