How to remove Linux from Windows?

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The system has 2 physical disks: C:(~250gb ssd) and E:(1tb hdd). I installed Linux on part E:(150GB allocated). Everything was installed, everything works. Now how to remove Linux completely, including grub from my computer? On Windows drive E: locked, and access to the partition with Linux is not (the file system itself and access to the drive is in normal mode, but in "disk Management"). Before installing Linux, all partitions were fine. What to do and how still to remove Linux?

Here is what I observe in the disks of the Windows, before installing Linux, everything was in order:
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In the console you can do
bootrec /FixMBR
And then delete the partition with linux.
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