Windows does not know how to resize Linux partitions or add Linux to its bootloader. It is also rather particular about where on the hard drive it is installed to.
Yes Linux can be installed on the same computer.
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Two main reasons are it is not Microsoft, so Linux is free and without having to be licensed or registered, as with Windows. And Linux is much more stable and dependable than Windows.
I suggest installing Windows, and then Linux (preferably on different physical hard drives). When Windows is installed it tends to overwrite the boot partition, making it difficult to boot linux afterwards.
Install Windows first, if you have not installed either yet. After it is installed, just install Linux to the other partition or disk. Most modern Linux distributions use GRUB, which will detect and automatically configure a menu for you to choose from when you start the computer.
No, Linux is an operating system. Judging from the category: Your PS3 would be considered a PC after having Linux installed on it.
Boot with Windows install disk and follow instructions. Recommend unplugging Linux hard drive if you plan to dual-boot.
There is no Linux version of Adobe Fireworks. However, you can run the Windows version on Linux if you have Wine installed.
No. Windows and Linux have different APIs and ABIs for programs to access. You cannot run Linux binaries on Windows, and you can only run Windows binaries on Linux if you have Wine installed.
Minecraft currently supports: Windows XP - Windows 8. Linux And recently All types of Apple.