I'm in a dilemma, I am really happy and impressed with Ubuntu, it's running my football manager game like a dream.
I have windows 7 on my laptop and chose to dual boot it and then use ubuntu solely for FM and maybe surfing the net as Ubuntu boots PDQ and gets to desktop quick too.
Windows is then used for everything else, PShop, MS Office and importantly (being an iphone user) I tunes!
Now I allocated 14gb for Ubuntu as I had 43gb remaining so wanted to be sure I wasn't leaving too little room on either side- I was unaware you can access the windows partition thru Ubuntu so it's not like I can't store bits around the place...anyway... I allocated the 14gb which technically ended up as 9-10 gb prob due to storage on hard disks and I am now constantly getting warnings about low disk space (300-400mb)
I wish to simply resize my Ubuntu partition to increase it to 20-25gb which is what I should have done from the start!
Given I'm posting here you can gather im an Ubuntu/Linux noob!
How can I simply increase the size of the partition so I have plenty of storage without having to lose data etc?