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How to Install Ubuntu and Windows as a Dual Boot


You are want to install Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04 (or Windows 11 and Ubuntu 22.04) as dual boot for completing some machine learning tasks.


You need to have a 8Gb USB stick.


Step 1:

  • Note: You can skip this step if you are installing Windows 11 and Ubuntu 22.04.
  • Go to BIOS, select the UEFI option in Boot List Option.
  • Disable the Enable Legacy option ROMS option.
  • Disable Secure Boot.

Step 2:

  • Install Windows 10 or Windows 11.
  • Create a free partition for Ubuntu.

Step 3:

Step 4: Install Ubuntu.

  • Select Minimal installation option, Download updates while installing Ubuntu option on Updates and other software screen.
  • Select Install third-party software for graphics and Wi-Fi hardware option and enter a password on Updates and other software screen. This password will be used on first boot after install.
  • Select Something else on Installation type screen.
  • Select free space partition that you created for Ubuntu.
  • Click the + sign.

  • Create an EFI System Partition and set its size to be 552MB if it does not exist.
  • Create a swap area. Set its size to be twice as your RAM size, e.g. 65536Mb swap area for 32Gb RAM.
  • Create a Root partition. Set its size to be all the remaining free space to optimize your space.

  • Click Install Now button.
  • On first boot after install, select Enroll MOK.
  • Enter the password that you entered to install third party drivers.