Quote Originally Posted by bcbc View Post
No Windows won't care.

To remove it:
Code:
sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
rm /mnt/wubildr
sudo umount /mnt
At some point - when you are comfortable that you want to be using Ubuntu on an ongoing basis - you should probably consider switching to a full install. Wubi is great to try out Ubuntu without having to partition, but the intention of Wubi is that it will lead users to do a full install eventually. So once you start having to do these manual workarounds you can weigh the effort of partitioning etc...

See HOWTO: migrate wubi install to partition
Thanks, I am considering doing a partition. That guide that you posted about creating a partition inside of the how to migrate Wubi post is made if you are using a live CD. How to i create a partition from a Wubi Install? Heck I'll even do it from Windows 7. Or should I save this for a different forum topic.