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How to dual boot ubuntu and windows 8?

Hp envy 6 sleekbook 6z 1100 I have already disable the secure boot in the BIOS But I still cannot install the ubuntu 13.04 The installation was good and smooth But after reboot, there is no boot menu appear for me to choose which OS I want to boot I

Ubuntu and Windows XP Faster than Arch Shock Horror! (In Virtualbox)

Hello.  I'm just trying out Virtualbox in a Windows host with Ubuntu, XP and Arch, and the outright loser in terms of performance is Arch.  This is the absolute opposite to normal installation of these OS's on any machine I ever used.  Arch normally

ITunes on Windows 7 performance issues - slow and hangs

Is there any way to improve performance of iTunes running on Windows 7? It has always been slow with lots of application hangs and stalls that will resolve themselves if you wait for iTunes to catch up, but I find it incredibly frustrating. For examp

Webpage does not load properly in firefox on ubunut, but in all other browsers (both ubuntu and windows[including firefox windows]) the page seems to be fine.

Hello, i am newbie, and i am developing my website. My web-site's pages appears to be fine when i open in any browser (including IE, Firefox, Chrome) in windows.. but when i open the same website page in Ubuntu-Firefox the page has lots of css and fo

Dual Boot Ubuntu and Windows 8.1 on HP ENVY dv7

Okay, I've installed 14.04 LTS with EFI and Secure Boot enabled. My problem is that the HP automated boot process ignores the presence of Ubuntu and boots directly into Windows. The only way I can boot into Ubuntu is to intercept the boot process by

How to Dual boot Ubuntu and Windows 8 on X1 Carbon G2?

I currently have a Windows 8.1 64 bit installation on my carbon x1 and need to install ubuntu. I was able to boot from the USB and install Ubuntu.  However, I have to change to Legacy Only in the BIOS settings if I want to go into ubuntu. If I try to

Windows 7 Performance vs Windows XP

I have to come to the conclusion that Windows 7 takes up a lot of memory even with an updated processor.  I have a Satellite L455D-S5976 laptop with an AMD Turion x64 2.1mHz dual core, 4gb ram, 250gb HDD.  I was running Passmark which is a benchmark