Ok, leave d and e alone, you can probably copy the contents of f to e into a new folder.
Then first run disk cleanup and see how much space if freed up as system restore will gobble up any space that's free:Start
, right-clicking C
and choosing Properties
will display Disk Cleanup
, which shows options for deleting unneeded files and recovering disk space. Click on everything except downloaded program files and thumnails, and click ok.
If it closes after that, open it again and select the More Options tab.
Under System Restore, click on Clean up....
You will be prompted. Click Yes.
When done, click OK.
You will be prompted again. Press Yes to confirm.
If there still isn't as much room as you'd like, then you can shrink F:, and expand C:
(you may also want to move the my documents to another driver if you haven't already):http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310147
Click on the windows orb in the lower kleft corner and type partition, and then click on create and format partitions.
In the Disk Management screen, just right-click on the partition that you want to shrink, and select “Shrink Volume” from the menu.
In the Shrink dialog, you will want to enter the amount you want to shrink by, not the new size. For example, if you want to shrink your 50gb partition by roughly 10gb so that it will now be roughly 40gb, enter 10000 into the box:
Extend a Partition
In the Disk Management screen, just right-click on the partition that you want to shrink, and select “Extend Volume” from the menu.
On this screen, you can specify the amount that you want to increase the partition by. In this case, I’m going to extend it back to the roughly 50GB size that it was before.
Let me know if you run into any trouble...
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