It's the same procedure for a SSD as it is for a HDD. However, please post a screenshot of your Disk Management window first to see what you drive layout is. This will let us know what your options are.
You already have 4 primary partitions, which is the limit. Your options are:
1. replace volume E: with an extended partition, including the unallocated space (You could then create two logical volumes within that extended partition.), or
2. increase the size of (extend) volume E: to include the unallocated space.
As always, backup the data on volume E: before attempting either option.
As with the advice above I would backup before any partition operation. I would also make a system image. Disk Manager will tell you how much you can shrink C:
Don't shrink your OS partition much if any.