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I used eOS quite a long time now and I'm very satisfied with it. I installed eOS alongside with W10 but want to get rid of W10 now. Both OS are installed on separate hdds. Am I doing it right to use gparted and just delete the drive which holds the W10 installation? How can I update the GRUB loader in order to directly boot into eOS?

I hope you guys can help on this as I only found links on the internet how to remove eOS from dual boot.

Thank you, Martin

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Type in terminal: sudo update-grub It should find only the Elementary.

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