[kubuntu] Original Windows installation to avoid warranty being voided

[kubuntu] Original Windows installation to avoid warranty being voided

 
I want to completely wipe out Windows 10 from my brand new Dell laptop (still under warranty) to install Ubuntu.

But in case I have a hardware issue and send it to Dell for repair (after having reinstall W10) they might say the warranty is voided because I have wiped out the original Windows installation and refuse to do anything on it.

To avoid this problem I heard that I have to extract Windows GUID key from my laptop. Download the official W10 recovery image from Dell and add into it the original GUID key. If that’s true can you please help to understand how I can do that?

I know that instead I could install Ubuntu alongside Windows in dual boot, but it’s not what I’d prefer…

 

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