One of the most popular Linux distribution – Ubuntu, makes it easy to get things done quickly and easily due to it’s lightweight architecture, compatibility with even older hardware, and appealing & user friendly appearance. This open source operating system is freely available for worldwide users. One thing that makes the Linux-based OS unique is it’s ability to directly run from a DVD/ USB stick without needing to install on user’s machine, a major feature quite unfamiliar to Windows users.
If you’re a regular Windows user and would like to explore the new world of Linux without wiping out existing Windows installation, you’ve come at the right place! It’s quite possible to install Ubuntu while retaining your genuine copy of Windows from the techno giant. Here we’ll cover everything in detail, including the most commonly used terms during the Ubuntu installation, to make the process easy and fun.