I am working on a Windows 10 computer and have a 64 GB USB drive here. I want to install tails on this drive, then on the same drive another linux distro but in another partition so that from this usb drive I can boot several lunix distros at my will. I also want to keep using this as a regular Windows usb drive to store files and so on. I would like to have at least 40GB for the data storage and use the rest for the various linux distros.
The problem is that every software I use seems to partition the whole usb drive and I
1) Dont want to waste 64GB for a single distro
2) Dont want to keep around 3-4 usb drives when I could only have one.