onespeedbiker

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Yes, you can delete Windows 7 from the msconfig boot tab. While this will not delete Windows 7 from your PC, it will remove it from your Boot manager, so your PC will boot past the boot manager (no longer be dual boot) and go directly to Windows 10.
 

onespeedbiker

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Yes, you can delete Windows 7 from the msconfig boot tab. While this will not delete Windows 7 from your PC, it will remove it from your Boot manager, so your PC will boot past the boot manager (no longer be dual boot) and go directly to Windows 10.
 

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