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How do i change my windows xp to a linux operating system. ?

How do i change my windows xp to a linux operating system?

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  1. Adam C | Nov 21, 2010 | Reply

    There are of course several ways to do this. One of the better ways (because it preserves your XP install) is by downloading Ubuntu Linux.

    Once you have downloaded it (google Ubuntu and download a desktop CD install), simply boot your PC from your CD-ROM. You can choose from several options, including running Ubuntu solely off the CD (no changes to your hard drive) and most importantly you can choose to install Ubuntu along side Windows XP and dual boot!

    If you have enough space on your hard drive Ubuntu will resize your Windows partition so that you have enough space to install Ubuntu. It will also setup a boot loader so you can choose which operating system you’d like to boot each time you start your PC.

  2. Silver_bacon | Nov 21, 2010 | Reply

    You simply go to a website that you can download linux from. I would suggest ubuntu’s website. Ubuntu is one of the easiest to use Linux distros. You then burn your download to a CD. Put the CD in your computer, restart computer, then Ubuntu Live CD will load. Then you have the option from the Live CD to install in to your computer, and it will take you through the steps, if you want to dual-boot and leave xp, or if you want to do a full installation, which removes everything on your hard drive. You could use the alternative install method, but I would recommend that you don’t.
    I think this is likely the website..
    http://www.ubuntu.com

  3. David K | Nov 21, 2010 | Reply

    ubuntu is good, but I’ve been having better luck with Slackware based distros.

    goto distrowatch.com they have a list of hundreds of active Linux distributions. I really like zen walk and puppy linux

  4. Frank N | Nov 21, 2010 | Reply

    You cannot change your Windows XP to Linux, that is not possible.

    You can however have a dual boot system, Windows XP and some version of Linux. Yhere are many Linux based operating systems, so know which particular one you want before setting this up.

    Or, your other option is to delete Windows XP and run just Linux.

    Note: Linux is not as user friendly as Windows, but it is far more secure, in terms it is very hard for a hacker to hack your system, also virus, spyware and malware are almost nonexsistent.
    Also, the support base is better for Windows than Linux, but Linux is getting better over time, and when Vista was some many problems, support for Linux took a huge boost.

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