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Disk Management Question


babybell

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On my laptop, my hard drive is split into 3 volumes:

Windows (C:) 24.69GB Free Storage (F:) 40.56GB Free Data (D:) 2.83GB Free

Would I notice any improvement to my laptopsperformance if I reduced the free space on the Storage (F:) and increased the Windows (C:) volume? Or would it make no difference?

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babybell

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On my laptop, my hard drive is split into 3 volumes:

Windows (C:) 24.69GB Free Storage (F:) 40.56GB Free Data (D:) 2.83GB Free

Would I notice any improvement to my laptopsperformance if I reduced the free space on the Storage (F:) and increased the Windows (C:) volume?

Or would it make no difference?

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proudfoot

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Yes if the C partition is almost full. I would suggest you buy a USB external hard drive and copy the contents of D and F to it and then delete the contents of D and F and merge them into Partition C.

Your internal hard drive appears to be rather small is the laptop rather old.If so a system reinstall to factory settings would improve matters.

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