"You can't call yourself a computer expert if you haven't tried
at least once one other operating system on your own computer.
Bonus points if you tried multi-booting. Either way you want to
take it, I am going to share a few suggestion regarding the most
popular combination of dual-OS systems. Windows and Linux. A
pleasant combo, but accessed separately. By default you cannot view
your files from the Linux partition while booting Linux for
"While Windows uses NTFS or FAT(32) as a file system, Linux uses
EXT 2 or EXT 3. Definitely not compatible. However, I have searched
and found the following two applications that are meant to do this
process way easier for the end-users..."
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