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Not sure what previous method you're referring to, (Grub?), so I'll mention one I've used previously, EasyBCD (community edition).I dual booted linux and windows several years ago, and I guess linux installed grub on top of/replacing windows' bootloader? (not a linux expert, just like to tinker with it and learn more about it) So when I went to remove it, I didn't know how to remove grub and go back to just windows' bootloader.-4wd (January 15, 2021, 04:08 PM)
EasyBCD sounds pretty good. I might give it a try. If I don't end up liking it, then atleast I now know I can just use the method I was originally curious about.