I notice that when I go to the file explorer, one of my HDD partitions has a tiny windows icon to the left of the partition identifier. Could that tiny windows icon be telling me that it is the partition that contains the OS that I am currently using? If that is the case (and if I am sure of it) I can simply erase the partition that has the other Windows 10 OS. Is that a reasonable assumption? Does the partition on your machine that has the W10 OS have the tiny windows icon beside it?
On my computer I have two versions of Windows 10 OS. One is the free version from Microsoft. The other is the evaluation version that I have been upgrading for over a year. I want to remove the evaluation version. My hard drive has 5 partitions and the evaluation version is on one of the partitions but I don't know which one. How do I make sure I remove the correct version?