Resizing partition is to change the partition size, to make it bigger or smaller, whichever you like. When you shrink a partition, only the free space of the partition can be allocated, and you can use these unallocated space to create a new partition, or to extend a volume. When you extend a partition, you can use the unallocated space to make it bigger, especially when a partition is running out of space. Today Windows 10 is gaining popularity all over the world, and is likely to share the world’s largest personal computer desktop OS. Thus, resizing partition in Windows 10 to allocate the disk space to each partition more reasonably arouses hot discussion.
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