The 10MB active partition is showing 100% free space so it probably doesn't contain any boot manager/MBR or anything else. Likewise, the 100MB partition is usually the System Reserved partition which normally does contain the MBR. But it also is showing 100% free space. The C: partition is showing it contains the boot data.
So assuming the computer is booting normally with the way the partitions are currently set up, I think the 10MB partition could be formatted to unallocated space and the C: partition expanded to swallow it up. The 100MB partition could also probably be changed to unallocated space and then something like MiniTool Partition Wizard
could be used to merge the 100MB partition into the C: partition since it's physically separated by the Recovery Partition from the C: partition.
I'd make a system image and then play around with the partitions. But I like to live dangerously.