Ubuntu 18.04.2 is installed in dual boot mode with Windows 10, and here is the current configuration of my partition.
What I would like to do is install Ubuntu 18.04.4 again by resizing my / home partition to, for example, 4 GB (is this a reasonable size? I do not plan to store any files bulky such as audio / video files) and then combining the freed space with the currently unallocated 2.36 GB to create a shared NTFS partition.
What is my best action plan (the safest)? Should I perform the resizing and partition creation steps before installing Ubuntu 18.04.4? I think I can do it by starting with a USB key gparted. Then I could just install 18.0.4 on the / existing partition while formatting it as well as the newly resized / home partition. Is this the right way to do it?
Or will I have the opportunity to make these changes at the time of installation of the operating system? I did not click beyond this screen during the installation process and I do not know if the above will be an option.