Installing Linux on your hard drive
So at the moment, your hard drive is all Windows, and you’ve practised running Linux from a datastick. But it runs slowly, because datasticks aren’t designed for swift data transfer – it’s like being on a little B-road compared to a motorway for data. So now you can give Linux its own space on the hard drive, and then choose whether to boot from Windows or Linux.
Information about installing Linux on your hard drive can now be found at our sister organisation, NonCorporate.org.