Delete Partition(s) to Reallocate Disk Space More Reasonably


Why should I delete my partition? You may ask this question. In summary, you may need to delete a partition due to the following reasons:
1. The partition is unnecessary, there are too many partitions.
2. The data on the partition is of no significance and can be deleted.
3. The partition can be deleted to allocate some free space to extend volume.
4. In Disk Management, you need to extend a partition but the unallocated space faraway from the destination partition, so you have to delete an adjacent one following the target partition.

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Created by luoluo 2 years 25 weeks ago – Made popular 2 years 25 weeks ago
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