honestly, in the described case, I see the most comfortable option for less experienced
users in downloading Minitool Partion Wizard Free Ed.
), shrink the partition through this
well-known application (it is really easy and straightforward) in Windows, make a room for
Fedora this way, then install Fedora. Additional tip: You can install grub-customizer for
easy managing of the loader choices.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Sylvia" <bhkohane(a)gmail.com>
To: "For participants of the Documentation Project"
Sent: Wednesday, August 17, 2016 4:27:56 PM
Subject: I found a small hole in documentation
I was trying to install Fedora in a laptop but I didn't want to delete the Windows
partition, just shrink it. I naturally looked up in Documentation as it's not obvious
in the partitioner how to shrink a partition to make room in hard disk. I didn't find
it. Not I found it anywhere else. I eventually found it out by myself so I would like to
help others documenting the process or if it's a known bug, adding a warning to
Now.... How can I do that?
Cheers and thanks,
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