How to Merge C: and D: drive in Windows 11
Organizing files on a Windows computer can seem like a never-ending task. With the increasing download of large files, it can be challenging to keep track of everything.
There are several techniques you can employ to free up space on your hard drive, such as utilizing Recycle Bin cleaners to delete unwanted files. However, there is another method that many people overlook, which is merging drives.
Back up files
Press Win + I to open Settings.
Select the Accounts tab and click Windows Backup.
Select Manage sync settings to configure your OneDrive.
In the pop-up window, select the folders you want to backup and Click Start Backup.
In the Windows Search bar, type in Disk Management and press Enter.
Right-click the partition you want to configure.
If it is greyed out, make space by deleting that volume.
Right-click the partition again and Select Extend Volume
Click Next and type in how much drive space you want to use for an extending volume.
Click Next and press Finish.