the argument " that rebooting is livable unless you do it very frequently"
is true, So I will go for dual boot.
But on this computer already a Windows Pro is running. Therefor I must work
carefully to avoid a crash of the windows, or will I start with a new
installation of Windows, as I know that for the dual boot I have to install
And YES, I ask for your write-up on inhaling dual boot on a UEFI PC ,
2018-03-11 16:47 GMT+01:00 <linux....@gmail.com>:
> First, I would start away from cutting edge, I.e., version 17.x. Start
> with LTS versions unless you want to possibly get bloody running bleeding
> Since you have SSDs, dual boot. They are so fast that rebooting is livable
> unless you do it very frequently. Put the OSes on the SSD. If you need to
> share some files between Linux and Windows, create a fat32 partition for
> them. This works well for me on I5 desktop and an I7 laptop. FWIW, VMs
> emulate some things rather than giving direct address to hardware,
> important for, e.g., graphics.
> If you go this route, I can send my write-up on inhaling dual boot on a
> UEFI PC - just ask.
> -- Roger B.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Teach <pbrte...@gmail.com>
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> Sent: Sun, 11 Mar 2018 10:36
> Subject: [xubuntu-users] Xubuntu 17.10.1 for Virtualbox to run Windows10
> It is recommended to run windows 10 in Virtualbox under Xubuntu 17.10
> *Virtualbox or VMWare?*
> I have a brand new gaming pc not for gaming, just for having a nice silent
> and fast running computer. with i7 processor 32GB ram and 256 GB SSD + 3TB
> *What are the bottlenecks where I should look for before installing a
> fresh new installation of Xubuntu 17.10*
> Paul L.J.
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