What I want to do is install Windows 10 64bit (my pc supports 64bit OS) into that empty partition which, due to it previously having a 32bit OS, is of NTFS format. So the solution I found out was downloading the media tool from their site and either upgrading the PC or downloading an .iso, burning it to a CD and installing the OS as usual.
BUT, I want my Windows 7(parent's critical of directly upgrading the 7 to 10) as well as the content in other partitions except the empty one in which I wanna install 10 do stay untouched, and I want to be able to have the option of dual boot.
What do I do?
P.S. My dad had given some space from the empty drive to another drive using some kind of system space management utility application in Windows 7 that splits and merges storage space.
Will it work or will I need to do some more stuff.