removing frugal installation of SLAX created with Unetbootin
after a recent scare with WinXP, Conficker and our Paypal login details, I've creatd a frugal install on the main house laptop in order that we can use when we need to do online banking, ebaying, paypal-ing etc. It is just a darn site cheaper and easier than creating a completely safe Windows set up.
So, I decided on SLAX as I liked the interface/GUI and have managed to get the wifi up and running quite easily.
The distro is fine and dandy for word processing, surfing safley and watching/listening to various media through the included players.
This said, there have been a few issues with SLAX and I'd like to get rid of it and try Puppy.
As the frugal install was created with Unetbootin, how do I go about deleting or overwriting with Puppy 4.2, the SLAX install?
I can see various folders and files on C: that are named SLAX this or Unetbootin that, but I just don't want to go deleting stuff , effectively at random, as my linux knowledge is pretty much end user tbh beyond carrying out instructions I've read/downloaded.
So, getting rid of a frugal install of Slax that was created with Unetbootin