I know my question has been asked quite a few times on this forum but I am not sure if my situation is similar to what was described in those threads hence I decided to create a different one. Anyway here is my story, when I installed Ubuntu, I made a grave mistake by choosing a default dual-boot option (dual boot with windows 10) so I guess Ubuntu automatically allocates 32 GB by itself, now I want to allocate more HDD space to Ubuntu. However, since I didn't manually allocate a partition for Ubuntu during the installation process, I have no idea how. So is there any way to give more space to Ubuntu without deleting everything? Many thanks.
Here is my partition:
NAME TYPE FSTYPE SIZE MOUNTPOINT sda disk 465.8G ├─sda1 part ntfs 426.3G ├─sda2 part 1K ├─sda3 part ntfs 450M ├─sda5 part swap 3.9G [SWAP] └─sda6 part ext4 35.2G / sr0 rom 1024M
So I guess ext4 is my Ubuntu partition ? So how can I resize it ? Many thanks.