Hi, I know this isn't a Mac, sorry about that, but I thought there would be people here that could help me. My PC is a Dell Studio XPS 8100, it has two drives, C (with the OS), and D with all my data. The C drive is 60gb and the D drive is 2TB. Even with installing my programs on D, a certain amount of data still goes into C, and at this point it's pretty much out of space. Same problem happened 3 years ago, I wiped the PC in hope of merging the partitions, but no luck. I think this was just a stupid hard drive setup from Dell at the time Since I was planning on wiping my PC and starting over, I thought it might be a good idea to upgrade to an SSD. What I would like to find out though is how many hard drives are in this PC, and what the sizes of each are? What I'm hoping is that I got this small 60gb drive, that I can replace with an SSD, and still have my 2TB drive. The reason I'm confused is because I'm reading two different things - Right clicking My Computer > Manage > Disk Management, I can see my hard drive information: Disk 0 - (D 1800.00GB Disk 1 is split into 3 partitions - a small one at 86mb, RECOVERY at 9.90gb, OS (C 53.03gb. But when I turn on my PC, during boot up, before Windows, it seems to say two drives at around 930gb. So I'm confused what my set up is when it comes to hard drives. Any help is appreciated, thanks.