I am partitioning my disk to install Ubuntu as a secondary OS on my computer.
I have searched through other questions on askubuntu concerning what to do if Disk Management does not allow you to shrink your partition enough e.g. you have 100 gb of free space, but you can only partition 10 gb
The solutions usually indicate to use third-party software like gparted or Mini-tool partition wizard.
However, could I lose data if I bypass Windows' partition limits using this software?
For example, Disk management's maximum shrink volume is 10 gb, but you use software to shrink 50 gb