this is my first post. I've looked through some posts to get an answer but I couldn't find one, sorry.

I just bought a laptop and set up a dual boot with Win 10 and Ubuntu. I've never done this before. I just had one Partition for Windows and all my files. So I dedicated 10 GB for Ubuntu, for some reason under the impression that that would just be the partition strictly for the OS. Now it's just impractical to always save everything to my other partition. Unfortunately I need to keep Windows for some apps

Basically I want to have 3 partitions: One for each OS and third being global storage. Is there a way to set this up without having to reinstall Windows and/or Ubuntu?

Thanks in advance.

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