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Recently I changed for Linux Ubuntu 12.04, I left Windows and I want now to get all my hard disk space, cause when I formatted my PC installing Ubuntu 12.04, I only gave Ubuntu 23.0 GB and now I'm only using Ubuntu 12.04 and I want to get all my hard disk space (Before called Windows; hard drive C and Hard Drive D).

How can I do this? Do I have to use terminal? Thanks .

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See, as this was asked, and has been asked many times before, you are likely to get what you want by performing a simple search. However, here is one such question

How can I increase a partition's size?

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Searching must be really hard and time-consuming. :P – Evandro Silva Oct 23 '12 at 22:57

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