Hi there. I have an old work laptop, ASUS Zenbook UX302L, which is mostly still a very nice machine for my needs, but it has two limitations which I've been bumping against more and more recently. One is RAM and the other is storage. RAM I've mostly sorted (upgraded it to 12GB, which should be enough for the workload) and the storage it sould be easy and cheap enough to upgrade as well (it's a standard 2.5" SATA III SSD), but for starters I thought I'd get rid of the recovery partition. That should be a fairly straightforward procedure - create a recovery disk (just in case) and delete the partition (following these instructions). What has me confused is the fact that I have 3 of those: Can I delete all of them? Is Windows still unable to extend its partitions to unallocated space if the free space is in front of the partition being extended (I know that 3rd party solutions can take care of that and that they work well, but I'd stick to the built-in utilities if I can)?