- Aug 5, 2004
Howdy: I installed Linux Mint on an older laptop about 18 months ago. I installed it in a dual boot mode with the original Win 7 O/S. I've been using the system as a media server. After 18 months, I see no reason to keep the Win 7 partition anymore. I haven't booted up Windows in over a year, and frankly there is nothing I need on the system that I can't do in Linux. Is it possible to remove the dual boot option by deleting the Windows partition, or do I need to reinstall Linux?