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Just leave it at 10GB, it will grow on you. If you absolutely need to shrink the datafile for the configuration database then don't go to the smallest possible option but leave some headroom.
If your databases are in full recovery mode you will need to backup the transaction logs, when that is done you can shrink the log files and setup a regular log backup to minimize growth and keep good backups. I would reccomend that you read this: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2009.07.sqlbackup.aspx but first things first. The first step is ...
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