I have two physical hard drives in my computer [Disc 0, and Disk 1 in the picture above]. Disk 0 is a 80GB hdd that's partitioned into two halves. The first half of that drive carries my Windows XP O/S. The second half of it is just space I use for random data.
Disk 1 is a 160GB hdd that's partitioned into two halves as well. To be honest I just use these for random data.
Anyways here lies my problem... I'm running out of space on my "C:" drive that carries my OS!!! I have like 3GB of space left due to programs that use up so much room on my hdd. I have absolutely no files I can erase from it because I don't save anything to it. I use CCleaner regularly and I can assure you the space being used is likely eaten away by my applications. So I'd like to pass some space [10GB to be exact] over from my "E:" drive to my "C:" drive. They're both on Disc 0, so I don't see why this wouldn't be possible.
The thing is I don't know how to do it, what software to use, or steps to follow. Can someone please give me a hand with this?