I'm new to Linux.
I recently installed Elementary OS on my machine, next to Windows 7, so I have a dual boot.
Now, I'm not sure Elementary OS is the right distro for me so I would like to replace Elementary Os with Xubuntu, but I want to keep Windows 7. I did not create a single file in Elementary OS, so I don't need to keep a thing of that.
How can I achieve that?
I found this topic: How can I remove Ubuntu from my dual-boot and replace it with another distribution? This does not answer my question.
During installation, I have get the question This computer currently has multiple operating systems on it. What would you like to do?
- Install Xubuntu alongside them (documents, music and other personal files will be kept. You can choose which operating system you want each time the computer starts up)
- Erase disk and install Xubuntu (Warning: This will delete all your programs, documents, photos, music, and any other files in all operating systems.)
- Something else (you can create or resize partitions yourself, or choose multiple partitions for Xubuntu)
I don't have a clue on what to choose, so Elementary is gone, xubuntu gets installed and Windows 7 is kept untouched.