Deleting fedora

If you've read my previous post I would like to switch to Garuda. Before that, to start of my Linux experience I tried to dual boot my laptop onto Fedora 34. It did not go to planned, my keyboard, track pad and touchscreen on my surface laptop 3 stuffed up because Microsoft doesn't pre install drivers on Linux, Fedora didn't display battery life and I just don't like Fedora 34 in general due to lack of features and customisation. In short I would like to get rid of Fedora in my system, however my system doesn't allow me to re-expand my windows storage as I need remove this "Healthy EFI system partition". Does someone know how to remove it in order to fix up my storage?

As well as that every few times I re boot into Windows from Fedora windows makes me type in a bit locker key which is such a pain. When install Garuda linux, I'm sure windows will still bother me for the bit locker key whenever I need to use it. Does someone know how to disable it?


Post the output of sudo fdisk -l, so we can understand the partitions on your laptop.

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Sorry I can't do that as I have already deleted Fedora from my system, the problem I am facing is moving the empty storage from Fedora back to windows

Better to ask Microsoft, or else, Fedora. As you want to increase storage in Windows, Microsoft Support maybe better.


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