i want to install kali linux in doul boot on my dell pc. the problem is that i already had 4 partition pre installed, and i need to create a new one for kali, i dont know if i can delete one of the pre installed partitions. the partitions is

1 c: os 222 gb(ntfs) 2 winretools 990 mb(oem) 3 image 12 gb(ntfs) 4 dellsuppot with 1.11 gb (oem)

what can i do to solve the problem?

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