How to Install Ubuntu Alongside With Windows 10 or 8 in Dual-Boot

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338 Responses

  1. Dr. Girish K Deshpande says:

    Dear article writer, Thank you very much. You have described it all in such a depth and details, I didn’t need anything else to refer to!

    Thank you so much. You made it all very easy and painless.

    Thanks again and again

    • Dr. Girish K Deshpande says:

      There is one major point to be added. If you’re using Windows and additionally you’re installing Ubuntu 18.04, you need to first create an efi partition preferably of 200mb. Select type as efi system partition. Then create root and if you’re not exceeding limit of maximum four partitions, you can add home partition, otherwise you have to get satisfied with the root alone. You can use Windows partitions though.

  2. Adam Muiz says:

    Hi, Please reply..

    When i Shrink Volume in D: will my file in that directory will be formatted and deleted ?

    Thanks for complete tutorial

  3. Afonso says:

    How can I put the /home inside the same partition as / ?

    Is it possible?

    Thank you

  4. Anup says:

    Ubuntu is not even showing up at booting even after pressing F12. Can someone give me a solution this problem. Thanks

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