I have just bought a used Surface Pro that is restored back to Windows 8 and then updated to Win 8.1 again, so i have not saved anything to the Surface Pro and have not made any partitions myself. I think it looks as i have a lot of partitions that is made by Windows/Surface? Also i think it uses a lot of disc space from the hard drive. I have a 128 GB SSD and it says that full capacity is 109 GB and that 19,6 GB is used from those 109 GB. Does this sound normal? The partitions i have is: 1. Recovery partition (800 MB) 2. EFI-partition (200 MB) 3. Recovery partition (450 MB) 4. Recovery partition (350 MB) 5. Recovery partition (7,62 GB) 6. Windows C:, primary partition (109,74 GB) And obviously the only partition that has a letter assigned to it is the C: partition. So my question is does this look normal, if not how should it be? And is there something here i can delete or arrange to fewer partitions, isn't it enough with one recovery partition, not four of them? I just think it looks as a lot of recovery partitions. These partitions were there after the restore. I would really appreciate some input on this matter. Thanks.