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Deleting Unnecessary Recovery Partition Windows 10


nikita182
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Hi

I own a Surface Pro 3 i5 128GB purchased with Windows 8 installed. I then moved on to Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.

Creating overheating and over-activity of the fan and occupying too much space on my 119Go I downgraded to the earlier version or Windows 8.1.

Today I wonder if a Windows 10 Recovery Partition has been archived on my hard drive. And if that's the case, I would delete it to free up space but without deleting the one reserved to the recovery of "state factory" Windows 8 or 8.1.
Capture in Attach file there are the details partition that my hard drive contains (in "Disk Management")

Could someone tell me the meaning of each "portion" / partition, please?

Of course, I understand that the partition "Windows C:" is essential and it matches my drive C:     : P

But what about the others?

Can I delete one that not affect a need to reset to factory state?

thank by advance

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