|Wow, thank you all so much! :)|
K, so to be clearer, my C has a capacity of ~ 5 GB and my D ~70 GB. I have moved everything I possibly can from C to D, but C keeps filling up (just from running stuff, I take it).
Now I am experiencing various malfunctins, because the poor computer simply hasn't enough room left on it's main like, "brain-drive" (C) to think straight :) ... as I understand, the computer basically runs from this drive, do correct me though.
So jefro, all the files and programs I was possibly able to move, I have to D, though I don't know what program was used to partition. I don't play games anymore, but I have stuff like digital signature, VPN (to connect with school's network), Greenfoot /BlueJ /Java programming stuff... are any of these "special applications"?
I read somewhere that compressing a drive makes it impossible to format it later on. Is that true? Or would compressing offset the need to format?
Oh, and yes to clean up and internet cache clearing, too :)
Ryan - thanks, I didn't know I could simply resize the partitions :) Was thinking I had to reunite the two instead. Am all backed up and downloading Easus now :)