I wish to uninstall Ubuntu 14.04 from my dual boot machine. I had installed Ubuntu 14.04 with Windows 10. Currently I boot with GRUB and not windows bootloader. I have read on the internet that it is a safe choice to move to windows bootloader before uninstalling Ubuntu otherwise it will corrupt my windows files. Kindly suggest me a way to uninstall Ubuntu 14.04. There might be similar links available but they are about Windows 7. Windows 10 uses UEFI rather than BIOS (Windows 7) and instructions are outdated. Also detail out the steps required to change to the windows bootloader from GRUB.
In case you want to point me to some other questions/instructions please feel free. I just want to make sure that someone has tried or vet other/outdated answers.
Note - I will reinstall Ubuntu 14.04 once again but later; so if you have tips regarding making a fresh dual boot installation please mention them, and I don't want to use easyBCD for changing to bootloader
--3 parts-- 1. Changing to bootloader + taking other precautionary measures to minimize the risk of corrupting Windows 2. Uninstalling Ubuntu 14.04 (including reformatting the hard disk and getting back the memory space in Windows) 3. Fresh install with Windows Tips (Optional) :D