When I install Windows it will create a fresh set of partitions and install.
This has been true since about Windows NT 1.0 (decades ago.)
Hey there, I have to do a clean installation of Windows 10 but there are so many partitions made by OEM that I'm getting confused about what is safe to remove and what is not. Also, I have no intention of using OneKey backup in the future because I literally dump my personal files/data etc. in my external hard disk. The 49.80 GB and 23.84 GB partitions are of Kali Linux and Ubuntu respectively and /dev/sda11 flagged as bios_grub was created by Kali. Furthermore I created /dev/sda6 for storing movies etc.
But I have no idea about the rest of the partitions, which among them are safe to remove for clean installation of Windows...