Ubuntu 16.04 18.04 20.04 – Dual boot Windows 7/8/10 and Ubuntu 16.04



In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to dual boot windows 7/8/10 (EFI or BIOS) and Ubuntu 16.04.
This still works for Ubuntu 20.04

bootable USB (Ubuntu )https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8Nfx02T7Q0
bootable USB (Windows)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4eCLnMpOng
bootable USB (Mac OSX)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ughBRtJwqQI

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—– Links —–
http://www.ubuntu.com/
http://askubuntu.com/questions/652337/why-no-swap-partitions-on-ssd-drives

39 thoughts on “Ubuntu 16.04 18.04 20.04 – Dual boot Windows 7/8/10 and Ubuntu 16.04

  1. I shrinked one of my drives by 50gb and i shows unallocated in Windows…but when I go to the 'Something else' option in Ubuntu installation…it shows the 50 gb space as 'unusable' instead of 'free space'
    Any solution to this??

  2. I tried installing ubuntu on my 32gb pendrive, earlier it had around 31 gb free space, later when I turned on Windows and formatted the pendrive it shows 29.8gb only, I lost the extra space, I used 1 gb for swap

  3. What if there still so many data on my disk when I'm installing Ubuntu (Linux), will the data suddenly disappeared after installation so I must back the data first or it's safe if I'm following the instruction that you've just said on your video?

  4. Thanks for this tutorial. Especially like the part about SSD and swap size which a lot of other tutorials glaze over or don't talk much about. Cheers to a better OS.

  5. I'm sorry. What did he sai about having an old SSD? I didn't catch that. He said he didn't recommend having a swap or did he say it was good to have one? I'm not a native speaker and the captions didn't help.

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