How do I completely remove Ubuntu? Go to Start, right click Computer, then select Manage. Then select Disk Management from the sidebar. Right-click your Ubuntu partitions and select “Delete”. Check before you delete!
How do I completely remove BIOS from Ubuntu? Once the disk management window opens, identify the Linux(Ubuntu) partitions and remove it. To do so, follow the process. Check the partitions which has no drive names and are larger than 1gb. (Hint: choose Healthy primary partitions) Once you have identified the partitions, right click >> Delete volume >> Yes.
Is Ubuntu 14.04 LTS still supported? Ubuntu Linux 14.04 LTS reaches the end of its five-year LTS window on April 30th 2019 and will no longer be supported by the vendor (Canonical). This means that this version of Ubuntu will no longer receive security patches or other software updates.
What does LTS mean in Ubuntu? LTS stands for long term support. Here, support means that throughout the lifetime of a release there is a commitment to update, patch and maintain the software. For an LTS, there is a shorter development cycle, where engineers and contributors add to the body of the release.