You have to decide on what pgms. or use you're currently using the system can be detailed. if you can't free much space, then you HAVE TO buy a bigger HD. Otherwise, you will quickly refill the gained space, so decide. It is simply the best solution for you in the long run. If you're talking a small amount, be sure to delete old files, pgms., or dupes and start that way. If you try to repartition, etc., you will be buying some s/w to do this and that's in the area of pricing for a new HD anyways. The free or shareware versions aren't that user friendly or if you fail, you lose your data if no back-ups.
As for the C drive, 15gb space, just leave it alone. It is for the better and overall, if you've filled the D drive to its limits, a new larger drive will work wonders. At the cost of new drives now, it really isn't that expensive, even a 160Gb is at $70 when not on sale. YOu can buy online or local vendor when on sale for best deal.
Pentium 2.80 GHZ
Hard drive 120GB paritioned into two sections (C drive:15 GB and D drive:94.8 GB)
The 15 GB has the operating system.
I would like to free up more space. Can I repartion without reformating? Can I transfer the 15 GB to the larger section easily.
How would I free up more space, please help me.