Just a currious question. "back in the day" if you had multiple partitions on a physical disk (HDD) and you deleted a partition and wanted to extend the size of another. You could often run into an issue where the partitoin can not be extended because the free space is not located adjecent to the partition that you were extending. So you would have to work around this with more powerfull tools and outside of the OS in where it would move data around to make the freespace move to the right location on the disk and then properly extend your partition. Well now with SSD being used there is no longer any actual physical location of these on a mechanical disk, its all just stored in flash. Is Windows smart enough to know this and let you do what you could not do before, or can you still run into the same issue. Note: that I am talking about basic disk configurations not dynamic disks that allow you several new options for configuration.