In this guide we will explain what to do if you encounter problems with low disk space on the system partition. Before you resize volumes make sure disk C: is not filled with junk, obsolete or useless files.
Extend disk C using Aomei Partition Assistant
Right-click the partition you want to shrink and select Resize Partition:
Reduce the size and click OK:
This operation will reduce the size of a non-system partition and leave an unallocated space before it.
Now right-click the system partition (Disk C:) and select Resize Partition:
Expand the disk and press OK:
Click on Apply button to apply the changes:
Click Proceed to start repartitioning the disk:
Add space to disk C using MiniTool Partition Wizard Free
Right-click the partition you want to take space from and select Move/Resize:
Reduce the size and press OK:
Then right-click the system volume (disk C:) and select Move/Resize:
Expand the system disk and press OK:
This message means everything is done:
Expand disk C: without third-party software
You can extend volume without using third-party apps. It is not so flexible but nevertheless you can perform basic operations. To expand a system partition you can delete another partition and add the free space to the first one.
1. Launch the explorer:
2. Right-click This PC and select Manage:
3. Go to Disk management.
4. Right-click the volume you wish to delete and click Delete volume…:
5. Press Yes:
6. Now right-click the unallocated space and select Extend Volume…:
7. Specify the amount of space you wish to add to your disk C (all or a part) and click Next:
8. Press Finish:
The system partition has been extended: