Simplify Backup for Windows 10

The reasoning behind my personal partitioning scheme in Windows 10 is the same as it was in Windows XP, to facilitate a backup routine that I can use easily and regularly. The following describes my daily driver desktop's current dual boot Windows 10 configuration. I have two 1TB SATA hard drives in this PC with multiple partitions, and one 2TB hard drive with a single partition—a target for drive images. The 1TB drives are partitioned as follows:

my partitions

This screenshot was taken when my default Windows 10 installation was booted.  Should these logical drive sizes prove inadequate at some point, I can use BootIt Bare Metal to resize them.

With ever increasing hard drive capacities,

well planned partitioning is the best way to make common housekeeping chores quicker and simpler.