Installing Linux INSIDE of Microsoft

Are you leery of installing Linux onto your Windows PC? Would you like to try out this Linux thing but are you reluctant to make room for it on your current hard drive for fear of messing something up?…Good News! You can now install Debian (and Ubuntu) safely from your Windows desktop WITHOUT MESSING UP YOUR HARD DRIVE! How? Simple. Visit either of these websites:


Install Debian in Windows


Install Ubuntu in Windows

Follow the instructions and enjoy Linux safely and securely without nuking Windows. It’s like a crutch for those of you reluctant to put the full weight on that one foot. If you are confused about what this Linux thing might be…visit this flash presentation to get an idea and welcome to the world of Linux! We’re glad you came aboard! Hopefully, you’ll make the choice many have already made to run Linux exclusively on our PCs 😀

Author: devnet

devnet has been a project manager for a Fortune 500 company, a Unix and Linux administrator, a Technical Writer, a System Analyst, and a Systems Engineer during his 20+ years working with Technology.

3 thoughts on “Installing Linux INSIDE of Microsoft”

  1. 100% Native Linux…no virtual anything. That’s what makes this interesting…you can run Linux from within Windows.

    I think it’s great for those that aren’t ready to jump into the deep end and would rather wade in the shallow if you know what I mean.

  2. Do you install Ubuntu as well? Indeed, In ubuntu live cd environment, you can uses gparted to cut out the ntfs partition, continue read mails and surf net while installation and the installation is fast.

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