[SOLVED] Accidentally installed another Windows 10

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Perhaps I misrepresented the system clone. Here is the description by EaseUS https://www.easeus.com/support/todo-backup/enterprise/System-Clone.html
"Please make sure the capacity of the unallocated space on your target drive is larger than the total size of your boot and system partition, or you will encounter the error below: "

i.e.....not "only the OS"

Basically, the same functionality as all the other cloning tools. Macrium, AOEMI, Samsung Data Migration, etc.
The entire partition or drive.

And I've seen a couple of them with misleading wording.
"Clone your Windows to a new drive". More than one user has been caught out with that description, thinking it was "only windows".

I've not seen any function or application that can split out 'just the OS'.
And given how Windows and applications work, it cannot.
 

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