So I've been running Ubuntu alongside Windows 7 for a year or so.
Is there a way to remove Windows 7 from my system without having to reinstall Ubuntu from scratch so I can use all the disk space?
Or would it be faster just to reinstall Ubuntu?
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Off topic, but anyway:
The simplest way is to
Done. Alternatively, you could hand edit the grub config (/etc/grub.d/*) but I don't recommend it.
Edit You COULD leave everything as is, and edit the default in /etc/default/grub
(assuming Ubuntu is the first in the grub menu). This will prevent the boot selection menu from showing up, without actually changing the dual boot config
It depends how you want to use the space that your old operating system used; if you want to make it another filesystem that you mount via
If you want it to be part of your
My suggestion is to use it as a