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How do i put Linux on my windows vista computer?

I have an MSI VR 630 and i was just wondering if i could at all put linux on my computer and would it completely take windows vista off my computer? I’ve heard this would be a good linux machine but im not entirely sure what the difference between windows and linux is

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  1. saxy d | Nov 14, 2010 | Reply

    pick a linux system such as backtrack (good for haxing) or urbuntu or kubuntu, ect down the iso files and burn to a cd then delete ur harddrive(how to do it??? google it, think it like f5 or f11 or f8 when the pc start) and install linux on it windows is for average pc user linux is for better in my opinion

    or you can simply use sun’s virtualbox to install linux within ur vista

  2. Michael | Nov 14, 2010 | Reply

    u can install Linux on a windows computer u just have a duel boot screen if u download a Linux disc a run the setup for if it will. give u the option’s for it :) <> i have dun this

  3. Suitcase | Nov 14, 2010 | Reply

    %90 of the internet is geared for microsoft based operating systems, %90 of the software you find in shops is made for microsoft…… Don’t change to Linux, I know it sounds cool and something different always sounds cool, but it isn’t…..

    stick with %90-%95 of the population, it’s much easier that way

  4. NIKHIL B | Nov 14, 2010 | Reply

    u can do it as a software only go in for the ubuntu linux it is free and u can install it like a software in windows after booting and then uninstallatin is also easy u need to go to programmes and then select it and then go for unistall

  5. gidgetsmychick | Nov 14, 2010 | Reply

    Linux is fun to play around with. You can load it on your windows vista machine. There are a few ways to do it. You can partition your hard drive (or add an extra hard drive to your machine). Then install linux on the separate partition (or hard drive). Linux is a completely different file structure compared to DOS (windows file structure), so you can’t run them simultaneously on the same drive. You’ll have to boot between the two. If you did want to run linux inside of windows just to test it out and play with, you can download a virtual pc emulator program that will allow you to emulate the linux enviornment and run linux on your windows vista.

  6. Tony | Nov 14, 2010 | Reply

    I recommend that new Linux users do a dual boot.

    Back up your data first.

    If you have a 250GB hard drive, you could use 50GB for Vista – 200GB for storage (you would save all your files here) and 50GB for Linux.

    1) Install Vista first. Delete the existing partition and create the new one.

    2) Once Vista is installed create the Storage partition.

    3)Install Linux to the free space

    Linux Mint would be a good choice.

  7. Max M | Nov 14, 2010 | Reply

    Linux OS are free operating systems and they have over 500 different versions. I like Ubuntu the best. Try it. Most software installed on Linux are free as opposed to Windows software, which is expensive. That’s mainly the difference.

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