A short Guide to installing Ubuntu 18.04 alongside windows 10 on your PC.
Disable Fast Startup(Using Search, Open Power Options) Power Options > System Settings > Choose what the power buttons do and uncheck the Turn on fast startup box.
Disable Secure Boot- Search Advanced Startup Options- Click on Restart Now- Select TroubleShoot>Advanced Options>UEFI Firmware Option Settings>Restart- Next BIOS Settings will open, this will vary depending on your setup- Navigate to Boot Tab- Disable Secure Boot- You may need to Turn Legacy Support On/Off
Click on “+” Next you need to allocate space to your OS and to SWAP.
Give Most of the space to /(I prefer allocating one single space to / and /home. Reason: Some Installations, specially CUDA might cross the size allocated to /)
Give 2x The Space of your RAM to SWAP. Personally, I have a 16GB RAM and allocate 64GB just to give me extra room to work with Huge Datasets.
That’s it, you’re done.
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