-- (deprecated) Microsoft Windows OS (XP/NT/Vista)
---- Allocating More Disk Space To C-Drive
The_Contractor - 11:35 am on Nov 15, 2007 (gmt 0)
I'm assuming that if I just handle the C-D boundary, this will not affect the D-E boundary at all.
Correct, it will not affect it.
I'm assuming I can just install PM and apply it to the current partitions... that it doesn't matter whether my clone builder originally used PM to create the partitions or not (and that a partition is a partition is a partition, as the saying goes.
Ballpark, what size is a realistic figure for a C partition these days (and I understand there's no set answer... that it depends on my apps), but does 20-gigs sound like it should hold things for a while?
Hmm..can't answer that. I have two 500GB drives that each have 4 partitions. My C: drive and "most" program files take up 27.8GB at this time.
Look at it this way, drives are very reasonable and you can always add another ;)