In Windows 10, you can shrink a partition on your drive. This can be useful if you have extra space on your drive which you would like to use for installing another OS in a dual-boot configuration. Or you might want to split one big partition into a couple of smaller partitions. Later, you might want to read the shrink log to perform some analysis, troubleshoot any issues experienced while doing the operation or recall the process in your memory. For this task, you can use the built-in Event Viewer app.
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How to Shrink a Partition in Windows 10
Today, we will see how to shrink a partition or disk on your drive in Windows 10. This can be useful if you have extra space on your drive which you would like to use for installing another OS in a dual boot configuration. Or if you have a new computer with only one big partition created by the vendor, you might want to split it into two or more partitions to separate your personal data from the system drive.