I decided to post this in the windows forum to entice windows users to try linux. Or if they've been dissappointed before after a full linux install...
Topological linux doesn't require a seperate partition for linux. You install it to a directory (c:\tlinux) on top of your windows OS. It's great because you're running windows with linux as a window! So you don't have to boot back 'n forth between the 2 OSs.
You don't even have to burn it to CDs, you can install from the ISO images.
So if you haven't tried linux or were upset by wasted time with a full linux install try this. You get to have the best of both worlds or your cake and eat it too.
Problems? Post here...
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