which linux (24/12/13 11:34:32)
I always had dual boot systems, and i can say that ubuntu is quite good in that, provided that you install it AFTER windows, and from within windows, with WUBI tool. You can go with an installation with disk-on-file filesystem. I do not suggest to resize partitions if you are not enough expert and feel confident in being able to manage some potential troubles.
If your ram is <= 4Gb, go with 32 bit version.
Depending on your device, dont expect you will have all the drivers perfectly detect all your hardware, or to be able to use many advanced powersaving features.
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