I want to expand the size of my Windows 7 Partition. My disk is currently split into two parts, one for the OS and then one for data. I shrunk the data partition, but it turned it into free space, which seems to be tied in the data partition somehow. The geometry of the disk is:
100MB System Reserved| 60GB Windows| (300 somethingGB Storage|Free Space) (not sure of the size offhand)
What I want to do is turn that free space at the end into unallocated space and then add it to my Windows partition. I don't see any option to do this in Disk Management. I also assume the memory has to be contiguous. Do I need a 3rd party tool to do all this or can I do it from Windows?