I had a multiboot system, with Ubuntu in partition /dev/sda7, Windows in /dev/sda2 and Kali in /dev/sda5.

Before i install Ubuntu Gnome, I used the bootloader Windows to chose the OS that I want, but now after the installation of Ubuntu,when I start my machine, I have grub and if I select windows loader, I have the bootloader of windows

I would like remove grub, because I had already configured the Windows bootloader to boot Kali/Windows 10/Ubuntu.

I tried to search how to uninstall grub, but i'm scared about not being able to reboot my machine after that...

  1. Boot Windows 10 and install EasyBCD
  2. Open EasyBCD and click on "BCD Deployement"
  3. In the section "MBR Configuration Options" ensure that "Install the Windows Vista/7 bootloader to the MBR" is selected and click the "Write MBR" button
  4. Reboot
  5. If necessary, add Linux entries in EasyBCD
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