I have a dual boot (Windows 7 + Ubuntu 18.04), with a data partition which is accessible for both OS.
I resized my windows partition and I want to allocate some of the free space to the Ubuntu OS and most to the data partition.
Unfortunately this will involve moving a lot of partitions since the unallocated space is located before my Ubuntu OS partitions; while the data partition is located at the end of the drive.
Please find a screenshot here: Screenshot current setup partitions
What would be the most safest procedure to divide the unallocated space among:
/dev/sda5; /dev/sda6; /dev/sda7;
and most importantly,
Please consider also that I do not have important files in the Ubuntu OS (sda5, sda6, sda7) --- although I do appreciate my customized settings.
Would it therefore be recommended to do a re-installation of Ubuntu?