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How to remove ubuntu from uefi boot menu

Reported by joedoe | December 14th, 2020 @ 02:17 AM

Ubuntu is one of the popular Linux distributions. Just as users install Ubuntu directly on their computers, many install it next to the Windows operating system. Thanks to this installation, called DualBoot, users can use both Windows and Ubuntu on the same computer.

There are two main steps to removing Ubuntu from your computer: deleting files and removing the GRUB boot loader.

How to remove ubuntu from uefi boot menu, Cleaning Linux Files
Turn on your computer with Windows. Then, open Disk Management. You have two options for this:

My Computer – > Right Click -> Manage – > Disk Management
Search and click “Disk Management” from the Start Menu

After the Disk Management window opens, find and remove Ubuntu partitions. To do this, follow the steps below:

Check for partitions that do not have a partition name and are larger than 1 GB in size.
After defining the partitions, right-click – > Delete Partition – > Yes

If you have free space (unallocated memory/partition/space), combine it with another partition to use it again later. To do this, follow the steps below:

Hover over the relevant section: right-click – > expand Section – > Next – > Next – > finish

Afterwards, restart the system.


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