I have 8 partitions on my computer. 2 Of them are being used by Windows and one is being used by Ubuntu. I may soon remove Ubuntu, however I have no idea what the swap partition is for Ubuntu. I just would like to know what partitions are being used by Windows and which ones are being used by Ubuntu. One is OS(C:) and that is the one with Windows 8. I then have Data(D:) which is what I use as a secondary drive for Windows. Both are NTFS. There is also just (F:) which I believe is my Ubuntu partition using a RAW file system. There are now 5 unnamed partitions with no file system that are labeled 300 MB EFI System Partition, 600 MB Recovery Partition, 7.45 GB Primary Partition, 350 MB Recovery Partition, and a 20.01 GB Recovery Partition.
If you want a simple way to identify the partitions in your case:
Important: If you have decided to remove the partitions, read this: Before removing the partions, be sure that you have your winsows 8 dvd to repair the MBR after rebooting, because Ubuntu have replaced it when you installed it.
To fix the MBR from Windows Club website: http://www.thewindowsclub.com/repair-master-boot-record-mbr-windows