I have a computer that I bought at best buy. is a Sony Pentium 4 2.66 ghz windows xp home edition service pack 2
I came with a 80 GB hard drive and has two particions © and (D)
©: is getting full this partition is for 10 GB and it is the main partition everything that I download goes to ©
(D): is empty
So my problem is that I am getting C full and need more space..
How do I move files or programs to: (D)
Can I expand the partition of © so I have more space without loosing files or programs or causing an error in my sytem
If you guys can help me with this Please.
I will thank you in Advance.
A friend sugested to use: GParted
But I do not know if it works with xp or if is good for what I wanted forhttp://gparted.sourceforge.net/index.php
Gnome Partition Editor
GParted is the Gnome Partition Editor application. Before attempting to use it, here is some basic background information.
A hard disk is usually subdivided into one or more partitions. These partitions are normally not re-sizable (making one larger and the adjacent one smaller) The purpose of GParted is to allow the individual to take a hard disk and change the partition organization therein, while preserving the partition contents.
GParted is an industrial-strength package for creating, destroying, resizing, moving, checking and copying partitions, and the filesystems on them. This is useful for creating space for new operating systems, reorganizing disk usage, copying data residing on hard disks and mirroring one partition with another (disk imaging).
GParted uses GNU libparted to detect and manipulate devices and partitiontables.
Several (optional) "file system" tools provide support for file systems not included in libparted.
These optional packages will be detected at runtime and do not require a rebuild of GParted.
GParted is written in C++ and uses gtkmm for its Graphical User Interface (GUI). The general approach is to keep the Graphical User Interface as simple as possible. Every attempt was made to conform to the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines.
GParted comes under the terms of the General Public License