I am running Windows 10 as my operation system. I started to look into creating a Linux partition and noticed in the Windows disk manager I have a massive 10.61GB disk partition named "recovery partition." I have another recovery partition that's 818MB in size. What could this large recovery partition be, and where could it have come from? And more importantly, would it be safe to delete? I know recovery partitions are intended to be small and just be able to restore a factory default version of Windows. I want to keep this ability in case I mess up my computer somehow while trying to make my new Linux partition.
I am on a Dell XPS 13 9350 running windows 10.0.16299 Version 16299 and can provide other system info if necessary