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How To Dual Boot Windows 10/8.1/8 And Linux Lite 2.8/2.6

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I have seen many Windows users on the Internet who want to install Linux keeping their Windows OS. It's good to install Windows and Linux both and you can use any OS when you need to. It's sometime hard for Windows users to do so although most Linux distros have got GUI installer. In this article I'll tell you how you can dual boot Windows 10/8.1/8 and Linux Lite 2.8/2.6. Linux Lite is an easy to install and easy to use Linux distro. So let's get started!

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Hands-On: Upgrading my Acer Aspire Z3 with an SSD

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Wow, does this ever explain a lot of things about how this Aspire Z3 has been behaving for EFI boot! Now that I have gotten over the initial surprise (and irritation) of finding this, I have to say that this is a powerful and flexible way to manage the EFI boot priority list. But geez, could they have buried it any deeper, and made it any more obscure than this?

So, my very lovely Acer Aspire Z3 All-In-One desktop system is running even better, from an SSD. Even better, it is completely Windows-free. What a nice weekend this has been!

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Gentoo "Choice Edition" Released, Slackware & Tumbleweed Latest

The big news today was the release of Gentoo 20160514, dubbed "Choice Edition" because it is especially good, cool, and excellent. In related news, Calculate Linux received an updated release and Computer Business Reviews answers, "What is Ubuntu?" Dimstar posted the latest changes to Tumbleweed and Slackware-current got some new updates. Laurent Montel answered Andreas Huettel's post on Akonadi must die and Fedora 24 sports new font improvements. Read more