Hello all, looks like ran into my first problem that I couldn't solve myself. I had intention of with installing fedora to install it first so all its data goes towards the front of the drive ( I heard the front is faster then the back of the drive) after Windows then shrink the Fedora /home drive after installation to create a media partition to dropoff all my music photos dropbox movies and etc for Windows and Fedora to share. Unfortunately that's not looking up to being an easy task.
So i downloaded and booted up a gparted live cd, and was ready to resize the storage (/home) partition of the Fedora installation, but when i looked at it, it said all the data was used (160.83 GB) and 0.00 B unused. The file system is labeled as lvm2 pv (wasn't mounted I made sure of that) and a quick google search showed me that its something called Linux Volume Manager (which might have something to do with it?). This is a fresh installation and I've been placing small files to test on that partition and it works fine so I know that not all of that data is being used something with the file system or LVM is restricting access. How will I be able to go about this: shrinking the 160gb HD space to about 60gb?
Thank you to anyone that has a spare moment and would help me out here.