Re: deleting old installs of windows question
My view is that if the upgrade is working well, don't worry about it.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
If you are having problems, I doubt this kind of tinkering will help
and I doubt it can be reasonably done. How would you know what to
look for among all the possible remnants, if any?
Others may know something I don't, but it seems to me that if you are
satisfied, leave things alone. if not, you may have to have a clean
Windows 10. But you don't have to uninstall the upgrade and then
reinstall Windows. Others will, I hope, comment on this, but I
believe there is a reset option in Windows 10 that willl give you a
completely clean Windows 10 just by running the option.
On 3/28/20, Keith S <email@example.com> wrote:
My computer originally came with windows 7 or 8, not sure which one. I took