My partitions on my primary disk look like this:
I would like to expand
C: with the
Unallocated space but the 946 MB Recovery partition is in the way.
- Is there a way to swap the Recovery partition with the
Unallocatedspace (= move it to the end of the disk), to have contiguous
- what would be the consequences of removing that 946 MB Recovery partition? There are numerous articles mentioning that it exists and how to remove it (with
diskpart), but not what it actually stores and whether it is primordial to have it (as opposed to having a Windows 10 media disk one can boot from and go into repair mode)