I have a Dell Studio 1555 currently dual booting Windows 7 & Ubuntu with a dedicated NTFS partition that serves as a bridge between OSes for my files, music, videos etc.
My Windows HDD is running low on disk space and would like to shrink the NTFS partition (bridge) and add to my Windows HDD as there is zero unallocated space left on my machine. The ext4 partition in which Ubuntu lies is small and does not need to be touched.
Is it possible to do this without reinstalling Windows and losing data? I simply need to shrink an NTFS partition and add to my Windows HDD.