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#1 N_K

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Posted 09 June 2018 - 07:47 PM

Hi all, :)

 

I am a 19-year-old Pre-U college student from Penang, Malaysia about to graduate soon. I am going to university next year. 

 

I am glad to find out Bleeping Computer and join this community. I came across this website while searching for malware removal tools, and after wandering here for days, I decided to register as a member. 

 

Before I leave, I have some questions about dual-booting CentOS and Windows 10 on my laptop. Should I start my new topic at the Windows 10 subforum or should I start my new topic at the Linux/UNIX subforum?

 

Thanks for the kind help. I hope to learn from the experts here and contribute back to the community some days later.  

 

 



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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 10 June 2018 - 06:01 PM

Welcome to BC !

 

As for your question about dual-booting I would raise it in the Linux section. Apart from the fact that they are more accustomed to the idea of dual booting there I believe the general opinion is that Windows should be installed first, then Linux.

 

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