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Re: I do not want to install Linux

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Good afternoon.
You chose the wrong list for your particular question.
Don't worry about it, it frequently happens.

This list is specifically for:
Web pages design and maintenance
Design, structure and translation of Debian web pages. All important
changes to the web site are announced here as well.
[see https://lists.debian.org/debian-www/ ]

For Debian aspects of you problem -- you want
   [ debian-user@lists.debian.org ] described as:
Community assistance and support for Debian users.
Support for Debian users who speak English. (High-volume mailing
[ https://lists.debian.org/debian-user/]

However, though *derived from* Debian, it's not precisely Debian.
For that reason I would suggest following links from <https://www.kali.org/community/>, particularly <http://forums.kali.org/>.

I suspect that I know what happened, but will not give perhaps erroneous directions.

In any case, "Thank you for reminding me of Kali. It may be a tool I need."

If the links above are unsatisfactory, contact me off-list.

On 02/07/2018 02:04 PM, Brad Ward wrote:

Above is a link to a website. And on that website there is a program, that
I downloaded.
This program, little to my knowledge, actually installs Linux rather than
installing an actual program.
Whenever I boot my computer, instead of just booting straight to Windows
10, its boots to a screen asking me what operating system I want to use.
The only two options I have are "Windows 10" and an installer dubbed
"Debian GNU/Linux - Continue with install process".
I want to remove that from my computer.
Every time I boot I'm greeted with that screen.
I have no idea what to do at this point and I hope you can help.

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