CostinMoroianu said:Well I guess that Microsoft will have to stop taking it's monopoly for granted soon enough.
80Maxwell08 said:Well I just finished downloading the 64 bit MATE version of Linux Mint 13 and am currently burning it onto a DVD. Next is to run and install it under dual-boot. After that I got no idea.
EDIT: Forgot to mention this but after this I was hoping to actually try a game out to see how it works in comparison to windows 7. Anyone have any suggestions?
Unfortunately I don't have another hard drive nor the money to get one. Thanks for the advice anyway though. Now I have to go back to guessing which one of these booting options actually gets me to the disc drive. Wish I knew if having a blu ray drive instead of a CD/DVD drive makes a difference.Gilrond said:If you plan to use dual boot with Windows, consider putting each OS on a separate hard drive. It'll make a cleaner and more flexible setup. Unless you have a limited laptop, putting in an additional hard drive should be too hard.