Quote: Originally Posted by whs
What does Ubuntu on 200GB mean - Ubuntu installs in a lot less than 10GB. Just be aware that you will get blessed with the Grub boot loader when you install Ubuntu in double boot. Running it In VMware Player is a much better solution.
Btw: it is easy to extend this unallocated space taking some from C - with bootable CD of Partition Wizard.
Kaktussoft asked which OS and how much space, the answer is Ubuntu on 200GB. What else could it mean in context with the question he asked?
It may install in less than 10GB, but I want to have 200GB open for all the stuff I'll put on it. Not sure what's confusing about that, either - lol.
Yes, Partition Wizard will help with all this.
Warning me about Grub (there is a way to install Ubuntu without it) and mentioning VMware were good points. Thanks for the suggestion.