expand OS partition backwards

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This is the state of my hard disk: I have win10 and ubuntu 18 both.
Partition 5 is the Ubunto one. I want to expand it to the whole unallocated space.
Since it is the company laptop, I cannot format partition5, merge it with the unallocated space and reinstall ubuntu from scratch. There is a crazy amount of software and OS configuration I cannot risk to lose.
What is the safest way of proceeding?

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