I have a Windows 10 laptop. I've partitioned the 1 TB drive into 4 parts and I'm in the process of making it into the the CLASSIC setup of:
[ OS1 | OS2 | APPS | DATA | Recovery ]
I've noticed that Windows native *"Disk Management"** makes them into primary partitions, which was a definite no-no on disks that were "formatted" under MBR, way back when: You had to make them logical to get more partitions.
Now, it seems UEFI formatted systems does not care about all that, so my question is:
Does it still make sense, to convert primary to logical drives, even if you are using UEFI?