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So here I am with another Antergos tutorial. In this long tutorial, we are going to see how to dual boot Antergos Linux and Windows 8. or 10. I dual booted Antergos with Windows 10, but the procedure remains same for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. If you do not know already, Antergos is an […]
Screenshot tutorial to show you how to fix “no bootable device found” error after installing Ubuntu.
Screenshot tutorial to show you how to create live USB of Antergos Linux in Windows.
We often dual boot Windows and Ubuntu but at times users need to triple boot system. Today I’m going to show how to triple boot Windows with two Linux without any trouble. As when you dual boot you get two operating systems when you start computer, in the same way in triple boot you’ll get three OS and you […]
NitroShare allows you to wirelessly and painlessly transfer files between Linux, Windows and OS X. Read and find out how to use it.
How do you feel when you log in to Windows after a month, find there are updates to install, you select to install these updates and those Windows updates stuck at zero percent? Why am I talking about Windows updates on a blog dedicated to Linux and Open Source? Because I prefer to dual boot Windows […]
This is a complete tutorial to show you how to share folders over local network in Ubuntu. Do you have multiple devices in your home? Do you have to use Flash Drive or SD card to transfer data from Ubuntu to another computer? Do you find it annoying? We know you do. Because we don’t want you […]
Brief: Tutorial to show you how to create a bootable USB of Ubuntu in Windows. Instructions are valid for all versions of Ubuntu and Windows. The first step of installing Ubuntu is to create a live USB or disk. If you are using Windows 7, 8.1 or 10, you can use Universal USB Installer to […]
Brief: This detailed guide shows you how to dual boot Ubuntu with Windows legacy BIOS systems. If you are not sure, read this to know if you have BIOS or UEFI system. Continuing my experimentation with different Linux distribution, I installed Xubuntu last week. Xubuntu is a variant of Ubuntu with Xfce desktop environment instead […]
Brief: This guide shows you how to dual boot Linux Mint with Windows with legacy BIOS system. If you are not sure, read this to know if you have BIOS or UEFI system. Last week I switched from Ubuntu to Linux Mint. For the sake of experimenting, I have been switching between Linux distributions quite frequently […]
The article was originally written for an earlier version of eOS but it is equally applicable to install elementary OS Freya in dual boot with Windows. elementary OS Freya stable version has been released. It is based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. By now, you might have see the new features introduced in Freya. If you are impressed […]
The Windows Vs Mac Vs Linux debate continues. Their fans continue to be at the each others throat. The baseline of most debate is that Windows is clumsy and full of security issues, Linux is complicated and not user-friendly and Mac is all looks that burns your money for each and everything. There are forums, […]
Problem: The NTFS partition is in an unsafe state error in Ubuntu I dual boot Ubuntu 14.04 with Windows. After upgrading to Windows 8, I often see an error “The NTFS partition is in an unsafe state. Please resume and shutdown Windows fully” when I try to mount the NTFS partitions in Ubuntu. The full […]
There are many things to love in Ubuntu 13.04 but there are few things which you will hate in Ubuntu 13.04. Here is a list of 7 things I dislike in Ubuntu 13.04.