Are you tired of your operating system dictating what you can and can’t do with your PC or laptop? Need more control over your computing environment? Dual boot might be the answer. I have a dual-boot dream machine running both Windows 10 and Linux Mint 18. What I can’t do with one OS, I can do with the other.
You might have tried setting up a dual-boot, only to find that the second OS overwrote the first. The trick to successfully implementing dual boot is the order of events and using a dual-boot-friendly Linux distro.
This guide will walk you through the steps needed to set up a dual-boot system on your PC or laptop.
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