I've decided to uninstall Windows 7 from my desktop where I dual-boot Vista x64 and Windows 7. Having read a large number of posts in favour of 7 here, I have to say that I'm doing so only for simple and practical reasons being: - Using it very rarely if at all now, so not worth leaving there. - Lack of free space on my HDD, so its 50GB partition for 7 is an unnecessary sacrifice of precious HDD space. - Eventually I'd have no other choice upon its expiry, since afaik it will not be possible to perform a simple "upgrade" of the installed beta to the final released version if purchased; and even were this to be made possible, I don't foresee purchasing a new OS being necessary for me in the near future. So I want to uninstall just for convenience and practicality's sake - not because I'm searching for reasons why it'd be better to ditch my Vista in favour of Windows 7. So, is there a way I can uninstall 7 and remove its partition to get those 50GB once again available in my main Vista partition - without having to format my HDD or re-install my Vista? Is it possible that I get my desktop's HD to consist of just one single partition using Vista as the sole OS - i.e. the way it had been before I created the partition and installed 7? I've done several searches, perhaps I keep missing it out but the results I'm getting don't seem to apply where Vista is the main OS as is my case?