Re: Copying Partition D to C on hard drive
On many new computers, the D: drive is a recovery partition, with all of the
files needed to return the computer to the "as bought" condition. No other
files should be saved to this partition.
If yours is not a recovery partition, you may move files, but not most
"Mary C." <MaryC@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I went to do a defrag and it looks like partition D has only 9% free
> How do I copy some of the applications to C and not lose the data on D.
> I would appreciate assistance.
> Thank you.
> Mary C. Lydon