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cmmike

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So recently i decided to try out ubuntu. The installation went smooth and i created a disc partition and got ubuntu up and running. I then decided that i would rather install it when i got a new Hard drive so it didn't take up so much space. So I went on google and searched how to delete a partition and i deleted 2 of them. It brought me to a link and then that link brought me to this site Here. I followed what it said and i deleted the 2 ubuntu partitions but now my c drive is still the same size as it was after the partition. Normally if would be around 70 gigs but now it's at around 35 gigs. Did i do something wrong when deleting Ubuntu? Can Anyone help me out because i would like to get my disc space back?

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nevermind i fixed it.
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