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Hi, this is my first post

So anyway, I have a Mac that has Windows and Mac installed on it via bootcamp.
However, I found that I dont have enough space on my Windows space because of games. I tried going to the Disk Utility and tried partitioning, but when I tried to drag the Windows partition, it was still and was not able to move. Is there any way to partition this so I have more free room? I have plenty of space for my Mac side.

(Preferably free ways)

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The only free way to do it is risky. You can try the free WinClone - note that it is no longer being developed and does on occasion create problems.

WinClone

My recommendation is to use "CampTune" from Paragon software. $19.95 to register it and well worth the small cost.
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