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The partition in question is only 440 MB:s in size, very small by todays standards. There is no benefit to deleting this partition, the space you gain will not be noticeable.
But if you must, you can press the Windows key +X and choose Disk Management. In the lower pane Right Click Disk 3 and choose Delete making the area Unallocated Space. Then Right click the C: Drive and choose Extend Volume into the 440MB Unallocated Space. filling the gap between C: and D:. You may find it easier to do with a Partitioning software like Minitool Partition Wizard.
 
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