Linux distributions have been a pain to install in the past, we have been through that pain and can assure that it was frightful. The earlier versions of Red Hat required you to have unformatted space on your hard drive on which you could install it, and to be quite frank it was a pain to format your hard drive, leave unformatted space and then install Red Hat which took a good five-six hours of your time.
But that was 8 years ago and with times everything gets simpler, technology has made a vast difference in the last 8 years and we now dual boot with Ubuntu hardy on a Windows Vista machine and a Windows XP machine, and it takes us only 30 minutes to install it without having to go through a lot of pain.
Linux is not a geeks operating system anymore and with Flavors like Ubuntu you can get the same experience as you have with Windows with much more security.
Installing Ubuntu on a Windows Machine is as simple as 1-2-3, just follow the steps given below and you should have it all setup without going through much problems.
- Download Wubi A Ubuntu Installer for Windows
- Follow through the steps and it should install itself, the steps include things like creating a username and password, choosing how much disk space the installation should take and so on.
Yea that’s it, only two steps and you will have a cool operating system installed, be aware that it will download approximately 700MB of data to your computer, so you should have a good Internet connection to complete the installation in 30 minutes.
Installing Ubuntu with Wubi has a definite plus point, since you can easily uninstall Ubuntu by using the uninstall option provided by Windows Add/Remove Programs.