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I installed windows7 using bootcamp on my iMac and allocated the drive 50/50. I am using the mac OS X much more than Windows and would like to allocate more space to OS X. Is this possible, if so how?
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Yes, it's possible to non destructively resize your Boot Camp partition. However, you will need third party software to do it.

1. WinClone Free software, but a bit cumbersome to use.

2. CampTune Costs $19.95 but highly recommended. Works very well.
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