How Can I Remove SteamOS Partition Within Windows, Help

I now use rEFInd to dual boot on my computer, but I just want Windows at this point. Is it acceptable to remove the Steam OS partition and extend the Windows NTFS partition?

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Cici· Answered on Apr 18, 2024

SteamOS is a Linux-based operating system that provides a seamless gaming experience from Steam's game store. If you have Windows and SteamOS operating systems on your computer, you can delete the SteamOS partition, which will not affect your other system.

If you want to safely and quickly delete partitions on Windows and then expand them, why not try professional partitioning software? EaseUS Partition Master is a partition management tool that creates, deletes and resizes partitions.

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With this powerful utility, you can delete all the extra partitions, including the operating system. And you can also continue to expand NTFS partitions on unallocated space. Here are the specific steps to follow:

Delete SteamOS Partition

EaseUS Partition Master simplifies the process of deleting partitions. With just one click, you can easily delete SteamOS:

Step 1. Launch EaseUS Partition Master and right-click at Partition Manager to select the target SteamOS partition.

Step 2. Click "Delete" and confirm the warning message.

Step 3. Click on "Execute 1 Task" and then apply it to delete the SteamOS partition completely.

Detailed Article: Delete All Partitions on Windows 11/10/8/7 PC at One Time

After deleting the partition, you will get unallocated space. EaseUS Partition Master can help you to extend the unallocated space to the NTFS partition.

Extend NTFS Partition

Resize your NTFS partition by following these steps:

Step 1. Locate the target partition in Partition Manager, right-click, and select "Resize/Move."

Step 2. Drag the mouse to the unallocated space and click "OK."

Step 3. Confirm the result, and the changes will be applied.

Detailed Article: How to Resize NTFS Partition in Windows 11/10

Note: If you only have a SteamOS and want to remove it, install Windows again. You need to remove it from the Windows installation disk.

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