After having installed Ubuntu on to my Toshiba Satellite laptop, I realised that I had mistakenly set up the boot partitioning wrong after experiencing lagging issues. Instead of having 200gb of storage I have just under 20gb. This is the only thing spoiling my experience and I was hoping someone would know how to sort it without too much complication. I'm currently dual booting wind pre-installed Windows 8.1 with UEFI/EFI and I don't want to risk corrupting either my windows or ubuntu operating system.


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Install and use gparted, you can resize copie or move your partition without lost your data.

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install gparted

or use gparted live cd/usb http://gparted.org/livecd.php

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