I would be careful. Most computers today have 2 partitions and one is a recovery partition(so they don't send the disks anymore). If you delete your recovery partition you may regret that, so find out whether that is the case first.
To err is human but to really screw things up, you need a computer!
Thank you for ur reply, I created the d drive a couple yrs ago for separate area for back ups, I googled the how to, right click on comuter and select manage, right click drive partition and delete, right click c drive and expand, easy squeezy,lol.
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