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how to dual boot ubuntu with windows 10 using iso file, I will be showing you in this video,
what is dual boot? dual booting is a way of using two operating systems within one hard drive, by selecting from the bootloader at the beginning of your system booting,
dual boot makes it easy to create a workaround for using operating systems such as ubuntu & windows 10 for their own work use,
both of these operating system ubuntu & windows 10 have their own advantages which lack in one or other of them to switch between & use the working one for their respective work,
Ubuntu we all heard about this Linux distro once or many times for sure in our tech life,
but what makes Ubuntu the most popular Linux distro out there than other Linux distros, Ubuntu is well known for its ease of access for any newbie who wants to use Linux without much of getting into learning,
ubuntu has the best & helpful community to solve almost every issue you may come across while using, usually, people with less tech experience sometimes make mistakes such as removing or uninstalling ubuntu not properly creating grub & bootloader errors,
as this video states on how to install ubuntu with windows 10, which is one of another strong reason for ubuntu being widely used that is you can install ubuntu without any fear of losing data while installation,
even when something wrong may happen, there is not much to worry about how to uninstall ubuntu easily by not ultimately bricking your pc as compared to other operating system removals,
the term Ubuntu derives from African language which means ‘Humanity’ as same as the purpose of this Linux distro which is serving it’s best for modern humanity mainly we can say for the community of coders,
the developers of ubuntu make sure they get the best features for ubuntu new versions in every 6 months, they even take care of all the minor issues if there is anything to fix it in this period,
now as we have a clearance of what is dual boot & what is ubuntu, in short, I will explain how easily you can install ubuntu with windows 10,
Download Rufus & Ubuntu ISO from the following links, check the description for links,
Rufus is a free and open-source portable application for Windows to create bootable USB flash drives or Live USBs.
the Ubuntu ISO will download depending on your internet speed, make sure you have the USB plugged in before creating your bootable drive, you need at least 8 GB USB drive,
rufus will auto-select your USB drive, you need to select the ISO from your downloaded location,
now create the bootable drive, it will take a few minutes for the bootable drive to get ready,
once the bootable device is ready, open the disk management to shrink & create a partition for ubuntu dual-boot,
you can shrink your partitions from any of your empty drives, make sure to shrink least 50-60 GB partition for Ubuntu Dual boot,
once the partitioning completes, close the disk management & restart your system,
get into the boot menu by pressing the desired button of your system usually it is f12 & delete,
select the USB flash drive to install ubuntu, now let all processes complete, I wouldn’t recommend interrupting these processes,
as it completes you will see the install dialog box for ubuntu & select Install Ubuntu, & select your preferred language,
you can connect to the internet if you want which will help you download additional updates while installing,
for your information, download updates & install third-party apps, will consume extra data & time throughout the installation,
in this process we will choose something else, so you can select the partition where you want to install the ubuntu
now its time to create the sub-partitions for ubuntu,
just to clarify, as we remember we created 110 GB of partition, but here on Ubuntu installation, it is showing 115 GB of partition, not to be confused,
Linux measures the drive size differently, so just make sure there is a partition with a similar size to what you created on disk management.
this is the Root partition, for Linux Core & System Files, select the partition type as logical, & use as an EXT4 file system, minimum 15 GB should be allocated,
this is the Swap Area, which acts like extra R.A.M when the R.A.M is full, the size of the swap area should be double the size of your R.A.M,
just a side note, the Swap area is usually created for a low RAM system, if you have enough ram as in 16-32 GB, then it is not necessary to create a swap area,
the last partition is home, it is to save user data, & should be minimum 30 GB size & maximum all the leftover partition space.
once all the sub-partitions created select your location around the world,
enter all the user login data make sure to remember them, so you can log in once the ubuntu is installed,
& finally, install the ubuntu, restart your system & plug out the USB as the installation completes,
select ubuntu from the bootloader & wait for it to boot, input the correct password, which you added while installing, that’s it your ubuntu is installed now,
just check around everything is working fine & in the end restart the system, to check the windows is working properly.
& this is how easy it is to get ubuntu with windows 10 in a few simple steps,
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