Talking about making partitions on a PC / laptop is certainly not far from an application called Minitool Partition Wizard. This application is a free partition application that provides various features that we can use to maximize disk usage.
Some of the advantages of Minitool Partition Wizard include being able to partition various storage media (such as disks on PC / laptop, flashdisk, external memory, etc.) , converts disk types ( GPT and MBR ) without losing data, converting FAT / FAT32 to NTFS or vice versa without formatting disks, creating partitions, deleting, and integrating partitions, and recovering lost or deleted partis.  How to use the Minitool Partition Wizard
In this discussion I explain some common ways to use the Minitool Partition Wizard application. The methods are like creating partitions, deleting partitions, and uniting partitions.
Before discussing these methods, make sure the Minitool Partition Wizard application is installed on your PC / laptop. You can visit this page to download the application. In this discussion, the Minitool application I use on a laptop with the Windows 10 operating system
Here's how to create a partition using the Minitool Partition Wizard.
1. Open the Minitool application, then select the first option, MiniTool Partition Wizard Free .
2. Select the disk you want to make a partition from.
3. Choose one of the sub-disks you want to share. Here I choose Disk G, where later from this disk I will share its capacity to create a new disk.
4. Right-click on the disk you selected before to share the partitions. Select Move / Resize .
5. After that, the Move / Resize Partition window appears. Here you specify the size of the disk you want. More capacity will be used for new partitions, which are marked with Unallocated Space After . Here I make Disk Y capacity to 6.76 GB and for new disks I allocate 3.00 GB. Click the button OK if it has finished determining the disk size.
6. After you have done the previous step, Minitool will automatically display a new partition with a predetermined capacity.
7. Right-click on the partition, then select the Create option to make it a new disk.
8. You will find a new disk successfully created. For the stages I marked with the formation of Disk H. Next, the stage continued by clicking the Apply button .
9. After the Apply process is complete, you can see your disk increase in your file directory. This shows that the new partition was successfully created.
2. Deleting a Partition
To delete a partition, you can do it by right-clicking on the disk you want to delete and selecting the Delete option. Here I give an example to delete Disk H: New DIsk.
After performing the above stage, the disk will change to an unallocated partition . In order to be reused, it is a good idea to reallocate the partition that has been deleted to create a new partition or put together with an existing disk.
3. Putting partitions together
Before uniting partitions, you must delete the partition for a disk that you don't want to join. In this case, I put together Disk G: and Disk H: to become a single disk. Previously, I deleted Disk H: until the disk changed to an unallocated partition .
Here's how to unify the partition using the Minitool Partition Wizard.
1. Right-click on the parent disk that you want to join. Select Extend . Here I make Disk G: as the parent disk which will be added by Disk H:
2. After that the Extend Partition dialog box will appear. Set the size that will be donated to increase the disk capacity. In this case I gave the entire capacity of Disk H: to be encoded with Disk G: that is 3 GB. This makes the capacity of Disk G: which was originally valued at 6.76 GB to 9.77 GB. Click OK .
3. Next, click the Apply button to apply the setting- an done.
4. For the Apply Changes dialog box? select the option Yes .
5. Then, click OK in the Successful dialog box.
Completed from this stage, the parent disk capacity will increase as much as the allocation given by the other disk.
Some ways can be done using the Minitool Partition Wizard. Of course there are still several other ways that we can use. Please note, not to just fiddle with partitions with the Minitool application. It's a good idea to back up your files before partitioning. Good luck. Thank you.