How To Install Ubuntu Alongside Windows 11?



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That article pretty much covers it. You can burn the iso to a usb stick or a dvd, and go from there. You may have to enter the bios setup to enable booting from usb, or dvd.

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installation is basically the same for any distribution, BUT as a beginner I would advise you to select the "install alongside" option [this will stop you making errors you may not be able to fix] and always select to install non-free proprietary drivers [this will give you the best chance of it "working out the box" but you may still have to make a few tweaks.

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There's also usually a one time boot menu that you can use instead of changing the boot preferences in the BIOS. It's a key-press during the boot phase that lets you temporarily/just once boot to USB, HDD, CD/DVD, or maybe even SD Card.
 
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There's also usually a one time boot menu that you can use instead of changing the boot preferences in the BIOS. It's a key-press during the boot phase that lets you temporarily/just once boot to USB, HDD, CD/DVD, or maybe even SD Card.
What is the make and model of your laptop.

If we know the make and model of your laptop we can tell you what F key to use to boot into the boot menu.


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