Since the release of Windows 7 to the public last fall there have been a lot of people who moved from Windows XP directly to Windows 7. 

For those of you Windows XP users who might have opted for a dual boot between your existing Windows XP installation and Windows 7 you may be at a point now of realizing that you want to stay with Windows 7.

If that is the case you have a couple of choices – either completely take your system down to nothing and install Windows 7 from scratch which will include reinstalling all your programs and backing up your data or you can remove Windows XP from the system without impacting your Windows 7 install.

If the later sounds like your best option then check out this video from TR Dojo which will walk you through the entire process.

So did you do this? How did it go? Let us know in the comments.

Clubhouse Tags: Clubhouse , How-to , Windows 7 , Windows XP , Dual Boot