Anyone know why is my hard drive split into three drives?
I inherited the PC when a friend's firm had a clearout (all legit, I swear!). It's hard drive is split into C: D: and E: drive.
C: has windows 95 and a load of accountancy software on which I'll never use
D: has XP professional installed, as well as the software which I use.
E: hold the music library for media player and any other files I can fit in it.
I'd like to get the most out of the machine, but I don't know much about the subject.
The ideal situation would be to just have a C: drive with XP and get rid of the D: E: and unnecessary software.
Can anyone suggest a solution?