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Installing Windows and Ubuntu on a PC

By setting up your PC to dual-boot, you can easily take Linux for a test-drive. Scott Spanbauer at PCWorld shows us how.
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Creating a dual-boot setup on a Windows machine is as easy as selecting that option when you install Ubuntu. As you switch between the two operating systems in your day-to-day work, you'll be able to assess for yourself the killer features, incompatibilities, and showstopping flaws that make one a better choice than the other.

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