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I want to increase the disk space on the partition that the Ubuntu installed in.

I wonder about doing this in windows or in Ubuntu? The rest free space is less than 300MB.

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marked as duplicate by Florian Diesch, qbi, Mik, Seth, Uri Herrera Mar 2 '13 at 6:14

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If you need to reduce the size of your Windows partition, I recommend doing this in Windows.

To re-size your Ubuntu partition, I recommend using Ubuntu live CD/DVD/USB and Gparted Partition Editor. When you're at it you can also re-size other partitions although you can do in from the installed Ubuntu as well.

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