The guide is really simple and any person with basic knowledge of computing can execute it.
1] Open Disk Management in Windows.
You can do this by either typing “diskmgmt.msc” in the Run box or open it from the start menu.
From Start Menu:
From Run Command Box:
2] Right click on your C Drive and click on “Shrink Volume“.
3] It will take some time to analyze the disk space and give a window like this.
Enter the amount half of what is shown so that you will have two equal drives on your computer.
4] After you click “Shrink”, you will see a drive but it will be shown as Unallocated with a Black Label on Top.
5] Right click on that drive and select “New Simple Volume“. Go on Clicking Next and after you are done, you will have a new Drive waiting for you in your Computer.
That’s it. Now you can install your programs/software in your C Drive & store your files in other Drives. This will make sure that when you format/clean your system or an event where your C drive fails, your other files will be secure on another drive.