• How to make Antergos my only OS from a dual-boot partition?

    So a couple of weeks ago, after a lot of stress, I was able to successfully install Antergos on my hard drive. It’s currently dual-booted with Windows 10. But now I’m considering using Antergos as my main OS so I no longer want a dual-boot. Is there a way to make Antergos my only OS on the drive without having to reinstall it. It gave me such a headache for about a week that I don’t want to find myself in the same place I was back then. Anyone have tips?

  • With a little googling:
    and also:

    The first link is about Linux Mint and Windows 8 but it’s basically the same thing. After you have finished with gparted, you need to enter
    sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
    instead of
    sudo update-grub

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