Zorin 15 next to Windows 11

Dear Service,

I installed the Linux program ZORIN OS 15 next to Windows 11. This means that on the last backup (also previous from other provider) is ubuntu. The program may cause a BSOD error.

How can I remove ubuntu (ZORIN) from the backup before returning to a restore ubuntu?
To what extent is it possible to delete the Linux program from the hard drive?

I am eagerly awaiting your reply.

Yours sincerely,
Burkhard Glebe

Use a partition manager like GPARTED or DISK on Linux by selecting the disk and then deleting the particular partition that has Zorin. Or on Windows, you can do it with MiniTool (www.MiniTool.com) or the Windows disk manager to remove the partition for Zorin. For Windows, there is a process to removing the boot instructions by using the terminal for Windows. BTW - Zorin 15 is no longer supported so not sure why you installed Zorin 15. Best of luck.

He is asking how to remove it from the backup image - I don't think that is possible.

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