Zorin looks like Windows which is what I'm used to. But I would prefer something that can work with Wine. I have design software I need for work.So ..have you had any thought or looked around for any Linux Os that looks a good candidate.. or you might be open to suggestions ?
I read somewhere that Microsoft will/can/has interfered with this kind of thing to keep people from switching over to Linux. Kind of like them hijacking computers when they were pushing Win10. I don't trust Microsoft at all and I wouldn't put it past them to do that.if you have enough room on your PC you can also do a dual boot.
That UEFI stumped me when I was trying to put Win 7 on my other disk. I did A LOT of research trying to figure out how to do what I wanted to do and get into the legacy bios!!!... realized that the notebook had a uefi motherboard...
G'day and welcomeI really liked Win 7
Just to clarify, a system running from a USB in persistent mode, is a Live system capable of retain changes you make to it across reboots; install new programs, perform updates, customizations and so on. Likewise, a system running from a USB in Live mode and no persistence enabled, is a Live system uncapable of saving your changes across reboots; you can try and install stuff, change themes, however, every change you made to the Live OS, will be lost upon reboot. In short;I have the full blown OS installed on a USB drive, persistent and live.
... does not apply to Fedora, only to Debian-based distros including Debian itself, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and the like, and Manjaro only amongst the Arch-based distros.Don't get phased by grub; the basics of updating are simply from a terminal :
sudo grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/efi/EFI/fedora/grub.cfg
No, just the one.A simple way of clarifying this would be to ask -
Sherri, did you use 2 USB thumb drives to create your install?0
I have 3 hard drives,i don't know anything about Fedora , but i think you previously mentioned you have 2 hard drives....
That's what I was guessingNo, just the one.