Ok, while I have done this before (many times), I have NOT previously configured it so that JUST the OS is on the C: drive and all the "installable" files (i.e., X:\Program Files\, X:\Program Files (x86}, and X:\Program Data) are stored on the 2nd partition. I have seen this done for corporate comps a lot, in case there is an OS corruption it's easy to just re-image the C: drive. Is there any REAL advantage to this on a home system, or am I creating more trouble than it's worth. Right now I have a 2TB drive for the primary drive and it's partitioned with 500GB allocated for the C: - I have noticed that if I put a lot of files on there (just in a temp storage folder, while moving things around), it becomes increasingly sluggish. Is there a GOOD partition software to adjust the partition size and drop it down to maybe 100GB/150GB for teh C: and dedicate it ONLY to installed programs and the OS and re-allocate that extra space to the other partition? (WITHOUT losing the data that's already there!) Thanks!