In this tutorial, I will guide you “How To Remove Ubuntu From Dual Boot Windows 10” step-by-step along with my Youtube video on the same topic. most of the time you wants to test the power of Ubuntu and you install it with Windows 10 PC but if you didn’t know the correct step to remove this may it cause damage to your current windows also.
However, Ubuntu is a really powerful operating system used by lots of people. I am also a big fan of Ubuntu and I love to use it in my virtual machines along with Kali Linux installation.
Step-by-step process to Remove Ubuntu From Dual Boot Windows 10:-
Restart your PC and in the GRUB bootloader menu select the “Windows 10 (Loader) option to boot in Windows 10.
Now Right-click on the start and select the “Disk Managment” option.
and You need to identify your windows and ubuntu partition, most of the time C drive is for windows OS and another partition is for other OS like Ubuntu.
Now right-click on your all Ubuntu partitions and select the “Delete Partition” option and delete it.
and now Right-Click on your Windows partitions and select the “Extend Volume” option.
and make sure unallocated space is selected and click on the next.
and Click on the Finish option to finish your extended volume wizard.
Now boot your PC with Windows 10 Installation DVD/Image and hit enter. if you don’t have windows 10 installation ISO, Download it from here.
after boot select the “Repair your Computer” option.
and then select the “Troubleshoot” option.
then click on the “Advanced options”
now select the “Command prompt” option.
now in the command prompt windows enter the below command
and enter the “exit” command to exit from the window. and reboot your PC. That’s it. Now Ubuntu is successfully removed from the Windows 10 dual boot.
Check my Youtube video if you still have confusion on this.
Remove dual boot windows 10 ubuntu without Windows DVD:-
If you don’t have Windows 10 installation media, you can easily remove Ubuntu from dual boot with Easy BCD ( Download Now).
Once you’ve installed the application, you can easily edit, rename, reorder, add entries, and customize just about anything in the bootloader sequence for any number of installed operating systems. You can access a set of tools that will let you back up, restore, and repair your bootloader, and even change your boot drive.
Note:- Below mentioned embedded youtube video is for removing Linux mint from dual boot windows 10 and the same method will be applied for Ubuntu also.