openSUSE (ˌoʊpənˈsuːzə) is a general purpose operating system built on top of the Linux kernel, developed by the community-supported openSUSE Project and sponsored by SUSE and a number of other companies.
Beyond the distribution, the OpenSUSE Project provides a web portal for community involvement. The community developing openSUSE collaboratively with its corporate sponsors through the Open Build Service, writing documentation, designing artwork, fostering discussion on open mailing lists and in Internet Relay Chat channels, and improving the openSUSE site through its wiki interface.
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OpenSUSE may be removed from your storage media, by reverting it to a non-partitioned state.
Step 1 - Back up your data to a remote source. Assure that you can access it successfully before overwriting the original.
Step 2 - Boot your device from the media used to install OpenSUSE. The drive manager will display a partition containing the installed system. Select "delete partition" to erase it. (Warning, this will remove OpenSUSE.) For complete data security, physically deconstruct the installation media to a point where it is unrecoverable.