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Old 21. Mar 2010, 01:16 AM   #6 (permalink)
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You might be right in the case you are talking about version of Linux that can be installed within the Windows. I have forgot the name exactly, what such versions are called. Still 27 MB of even such Linux is hard for me to digest.
If Ubuntu is installed from within Windows using Wubi, then it can be uninstalled from Windows using add/remove programs or revo. But if it's a standard install outside from Windows, I think it can only be overwritten by another install or by removing a partition.

For a standard install, Ubuntu takes up a disk space of about 2 GB, while Windows takes up a lot more. See Benchmarked: Ubuntu vs Vista vs Windows 7
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