Hey all, Sorry if this is in the wrong section, wasn't completely sure where this should go. I recently bought a Lenovo X120e notebook for school. I want to install Linux Mint on my laptop (side along install, I don't want to wipe out Windows 7). My question is, how should I split up the space in my hard drive? My total hard drive space is 320 GB, right now being used by Windows 7 and a Lenovo recovery drive. The Windows 7 OS hold 287 GB, and I want to split this up into 3 partitions: one for the Windows 7 OS, another for the Linux Mint OS, and a data partition for both OS's to access (to store music, videos, documents, etc.). Anyone have any suggestions for how much space I should allocate to each partition? Note: I don't plan to install too many programs on either OS. Microsoft Office Suite, MSN, small games (mostly the ones from the Humble Bundle), etc. Also planning on using Linux Mint as my main OS. Thanks in advance for the help!