In System Configuration, go to the Boot tab, and check whether the Windows that you want to keep is set as default. To do that, select it and then press "Set as default." Next, select the Windows that you want to uninstall, click Delete, and then Apply or OK.
- How do I delete my OS on my hard drive?
- How do I remove all my operating system from my computer?
- How do I remove other Windows operating system?
- How do I remove an operating system from the boot menu?
- How do I get rid of Choose operating system?
How do I delete my OS on my hard drive?
Right-click the partition or drive and then select "Delete Volume" or "Format" from the context menu. Select "Format" if the operating system is installed to the entire hard drive.
How do I remove all my operating system from my computer?
In the Disk Management window, right-click or tap and hold on the partition that you want to be removed (the one with the operating system that you uninstall), and select "Delete Volume" to erase it. Then, you can add the available space to other partitions.
How do I remove other Windows operating system?
In the search box on the taskbar, type settings, then choose it from the list of results. Select System > Storage > This PC and then scroll down the list and choose Temporary files. Under Remove temporary files, select the Previous version of Windows check box and then choose Remove files.
How do I remove an operating system from the boot menu?
Remove operating system from Boot menu
What is this? On the System Configuration app window, go to the Boot tab. It will list all the operating systems that appear in the boot menu. Select it, and click the Delete button.
How do I get rid of Choose operating system?
Type “MSCONFIG” to search for and open System Configuration. In the System Configuration window, go to Boot tab. You should then see a list of Windows that ever installed on different drives in your computer. Select those that you no longer use and click Delete, until only the “Current OS; Default OS” is left.