Showing posts with label dual boot. Show all posts
Showing posts with label dual boot. Show all posts

Monday, 27 January 2014

How to Dual Boot Windows 7/8 and Ubuntu

Dual Boot
Most of the people around this globe has own their personal computer and they can easily complete their various works by easily using their personal computers. The technology has made their life more portable, the laptops have been made their work more portable and they can easily use their laptop for various kinds of task.In this modern world of technology, we use operating system such as Windows 7/8, Mac OS and also many of the people use Linux Operating system. One operating system has a feature which doesn’t found in the; if anyone wants to use both operating system in their machine, then this post is suitable for you. In this post, I have shared information regarding how to boot dual boot in your computer, and here it go;
Steps for Dual Boot (Windows and Ubuntu)

Here you can found the various levels of steps for dual boot your personal computer with Windows Operating system with the Ubuntu.

Step 1: Open your Browser from the Windows operating system, and open the Ubuntu Website.

Step 2: Download WUBI from the Ubuntu website, and click on the Get the Installer in the Menu.

Step 3: Once you have clicked the Get the Installer over the Menu, you will be asked to select the various options and you will be asked to pay $2 for each services that you need to be installed in your personal computer.

Step 4: Now you need to slide down everything to zero (0), and then proceed to download.

Step 5: Now you will be asked to download the files which sized as 2.4MB and click the download files.

Step 6: Download the file and double click the wubi.exe and select yes to proceed.

Step 7: Now start installing the Ubuntu in your computer, provide the installation size to 18GB and select the environment as Ubuntu and select user account, provide user name and password to login into your windows account.

Step 8: Click install and it takes more than 15 minutes to install the Operating system in your personal computer.

 Step 9: After the Ubuntu operating system has been installed in your personal computer, restart your computer and wait for the Boot menu. You will find a menu which shows, Windows and Ubuntu Operating system to boot.

Step 10: Now just click your Operating system as Ubuntu by simply clicking the down arrow button in your Keyboard, this will select the operating system as Ubuntu in your personal computer.

Step 11: Now you need to select the packages which has to be installed as an additional packages in the Ubuntu Operating system, after selecting proceed to install. This will take few more minutes to install.

Step 12: Now you need to enter the username and password for your Ubuntu operating system, this will lead you to the Ubuntu operating desktop screen.

Now you have successfully booted the dual operating system in your computer successfully.

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Canonical launches Ubuntu and Android dual boot

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Canonical has released the developer preview of a dual-boot option for Ubuntu and Android. For both operating systems running on a Smartphone, and users can switch between the two.

Ubuntu on mobile can be in the current developer preview parallel to install Android on an Android Smartphone. On Android side various Android versions are supported by the open source variant AOSP. However, only Android 4.2 currently supported.

About an app that exists for both Ubuntu and Android, you can switch between operating systems. The Smartphone will boot after a restart in the most recently selected system. However Canonical advises inexperienced users explicitly from the installation from, because it may well it might be necessary to flash the phone again if something goes wrong.

The actual installation of Ubuntu on mobile with the dual-boot option is quite simple: given only the dual-boot app for Android has to be installed. This will take care of installing Ubuntu and starts the new Smartphone, so Ubuntu instead of Android will be charged. In this case, the whole thing officially runs only on Google's Nexus 4, because other devices are not currently being tested.

Wednesday, 9 October 2013

HTC to bring Smartphone with Dual Boot Android and Windows!

HTC is currently considering the development of a Smartphone with dual-boot option. Buyers are supposed to use it with either Google's Android or Microsoft's Windows Phone. HTC' is committed to ensuring that Smartphones either run with Windows Phone or Android. Maybe, HTC is bringing a Smartphone with a dual-boot option on the market soon. This would then allow the user to choose whether he runs the Smartphone with Android or Windows Phone.

 Such plans have been tested internally at HTC, reports online sources. In particular, the development costs had been taken for a look. Still, there have been no such devices appeared. Windows Phone Smartphones do not want to bring to the market HTC. The mid- May 2013 was already known even before Microsoft announced the planned acquisition of Nokia's mobile phone division.

This intention Bloomberg was again confirmed, that HTC Smartphones are probably not to be expected only with Windows Phone. Microsoft has negotiated last month with HTC and wanted to make the manufacturer the use of Windows Phone tasty. Among other things, it was considered to offer Windows Phone as an option for HTC's Android Smartphones. In addition to a dual-boot option, the possibility arose as to the user to make the choice of which operating system they prefer. HTC would have had to pay no or lower license fees for Windows Phone. Nor has this been no final decision and it remains unclear whether Microsoft will follow HTC desire.