I'd like to know why a Samsung computer would have a writable D: partition that is over 160 GB. As far as I know, D partitions are usually for recovery files. I am not a windows user, but I was for a bit over a year, and I remember my computer used to have that partition, but it was not as big, and it was protected.
Today I needed to use a windows computer, so I asked a friend of mine if I could borrow her Samsung laptop (model unknown). She is not computer savvy, so I'm guessing she did not do the partition. Her computer is pretty much as she bought it, except the C: disk partition is full. I noticed the D: partition.
Why would Samsung create a D: partition that is 166 GB big, and writable?
There are a bit over 20 files in there, half of them are text files, and judging by their name, they are end user license agreements. Other files are .dll files all named install.res.XXXX.dll, where XXXX are digits such as 1028, 1031, and 1033, each of these files seems to correspond to one of the eula files.