OH LOOOLOLOLOL i dont know anything about partition stuff..
You'll find Easeus Partition Master very easy to use. If you start moving stuff from the C: drive, you're likely to run into things much more complicated and problem prone. Most of the stuff on C: can't just be simply moved. Even if you're successful, you'll still be stuck with a much too tiny C: partition. If you do the partitioning, it's simple, straightforward, can be done in 30 minutes time, and doesn't need for you to reinstall or move anything.
Kilroy's suggestion to do a backup is an excellent one. I've never run into a problem repartitioning, but doing backups is an excellent idea even when you're not making system changes, and it's imperative prior to making ANY kind of system change. Kilroy, I'm not big on partitioning a C: drive, but the problem here is that it's already BEEN partitioned, so we need to UNDO that so there's a decent sized C: partition.
Edited by wpgwpg, 24 June 2014 - 09:35 AM.