[Disk Partition in Windows]
Now, when I restart and boot using a openSuse Leap 15.3 bootable USB, i expect to see a 100 GB disk that I could partition as required (root, home, swap etc). However, I see two disks of 470 GB, the meaning of which I dont understand. And worried that continuing with the opensuse recommendation will delete 400 GB of my data.
here , I am expecting it to talk about the 100 GB of unallocated disk space that we saw in windows. Instead it says delete the partition of 470 GB, which I do not know where it appeared from.
[Upon trying to modify the partitions using opensuse expert partitioner, this is what I see]
I would like to keep my windows10, install opensuse on the 100GB unallocated space and be able to dualboot. I have absolutely no experience installing OS or disk partitions. Please advice.