So I used to have a dual boot system with Windows for gaming stuff and Ubuntu for work, but I now have a separate machine for work so I dont use this Ubuntu anymore. Thats why I'd like to remove Ubuntu form my computer to free up some unused disk space. I currently have two SSDs : one hosting Ubuntu and the other hosting Windows. I assume removing ubuntu would be as simple as deleting all the volumes on the Ubuntu SSD, but I dont want to mess things up so I wanted to be sure.
Here is what the Windows partition manager reports :
Disk 0 has 3 partitions : Recovery for 529MB NTFS, EFI for 99MB and C for 222.9Gb NTFS.
Disk 1 has an other EFI partition for 513Mb and the Ubuntu partition for 223Gb.
What confuses me is the two EFI partitions, is it safe to remove the Disk1's EFI ? Thanks in advance.