No, that was different. I didn't know then how to create a partition. But now I am less on space. I can create a partition of only the free space that I have available. So that would be 40 Gb. After moving my files to that, I will get free space on C: drive but the newly created D: will be full. but after that I can't create another partition from C: and then after moving my data to that so called E: and then join D: and E: .... Its not possible with any partitioning program that I know of. all programs create partitions from free space available at the end of drive which in my case will not be possible after creating a single new partition.