Cara Dual Boot Linux Mint dan Windows

Cara Dual Boot Linux Mint dan Windows

Cara Dual Boot Linux Mint dan Windows.

 Cara Dual Boot Linux Mint dan Windows



Ketika Anda memiliki lebih dari satu sistem operasi (OS) di komputer Anda, Anda dapat mem-boot ulang dari satu sistem ke sistem lainnya. Ini memungkinkan Anda untuk menggunakan aplikasi terbaik untuk pekerjaan yang ada. Apa saja alasan Anda mungkin ingin memiliki beberapa sistem operasi di satu komputer? Setiap OS memiliki kelebihan dan kegunaannya masing-masing.


Jika Anda menggunakan salah satu program yang tercantum di bawah ini, Anda akan ingin memiliki versi Windows yang berjalan di komputer Anda bahkan jika Anda lebih suka dan menggunakan Linux untuk fungsi lain. Artikel ini akan membantu Anda melakukan dual boot Linux Mint dan Windows pada satu PC.

Daftar isi


Program Windows vs Linux


Tidak semua Windows dan aplikasi berjalan di Linux seperti:

  * Pandangan

  * Final Cut Pro

  *Adobe Photoshop

  * 7-zip

  * Pergi rapat

  *Microsoft Office

  * Dreamweaver


Dalam beberapa kasus, Linux menawarkan solusi yang disebut Wine (emulator Windows). Namun, sering kali tidak dapat diandalkan, bermasalah, dan tidak selalu berhasil.


Pengembang game dapat memilih untuk menggunakan Linux atau Windows. 90% pembeli game lebih suka menggunakan Windows karena ada lebih banyak game yang dikembangkan untuk Windows.


Windows 7 vs Windows 10


Mengapa Anda ingin memiliki dua versi Windows yang tersedia di komputer Anda?


Memutakhirkan ke versi terbaru dari OS Windows mungkin tampak jelas. Namun, ada banyak perbedaan antara Windows 7 dan Windows 10 yang mungkin menyebabkan Anda ingin menginstal keduanya di komputer Anda.

Windows Media Center (WMC)


Pengguna Windows 7 menikmati Windows Media Center. Microsoft memang merilis versi terbaru dari WMC tetapi tidak termasuk dalam Windows 10.


Game dan Kompatibilitas


Aplikasi populer seperti Google Chrome, Stream, Photoshop, dan aplikasi utama lainnya akan terus berfungsi dengan benar di Windows 10.


Namun, ada beberapa program, perangkat lunak in-house berpemilik, dan aplikasi pihak ketiga yang bekerja lebih baik di Windows 7, termasuk perangkat lunak untuk manajemen tempat penjualan dan mencetak label surat.


Windows 10 tidak menyertakan game Microsoft gratis seperti Chess Titans, Minesweeper, dan Solitaire tanpa iklan yang berjalan di dalamnya. Jika Anda suka memainkan game ini tanpa terganggu oleh iklan, Anda memerlukan Windows 7 dan Windows 10 di komputer Anda.


Beberapa Sistem Operasi di Komputer Anda


Meskipun sebagian besar komputer dilengkapi dengan satu sistem operasi, Anda dapat menginstal lebih dari satu OS pada satu mesin. Beralih di antara sistem operasi yang berbeda saat Anda mem-boot komputer Anda dan pilih yang ingin Anda gunakan dari menu yang disediakan.


Satu-satunya batasan yang Anda miliki dalam berapa banyak sistem yang Anda boot di komputer Anda adalah jumlah ruang penyimpanan yang tersedia, dan waktu yang Anda perlukan untuk menyiapkannya.


Proses ini disebut multi-boot. Saat Anda menginstal dua OS, itu disebut dual-boot dan ini dijelaskan di bawah ini.


Cara Mengatur Sistem Dual-Boot


Sebelum Anda memulai:

  * Cadangkan data Anda ke drive eksternal jika terjadi kesalahan

  * Pastikan Anda memiliki pemulihan live disk untuk Windows

  * Jika boot Anda gagal, sediakan disk perbaikan boot


Instal Windows Terlebih Dahulu

Windows doesn’t have a boot menu and does not look for other operating systems on your computer before loading. When installed, Windows will overwrite any boot sequence you might already have installed.


On the other hand, Linux Mint will first look to see if you have other operating systems loaded on your computer. It will build a menu where you can choose which system you want to boot.


The following steps will show you how to dual boot Linux Mint where Windows has already been installed.


Create a Bootable Drive For Linux


First, download the Linux ISO (disk image) from the website. Choose any mirror, preferably one that is closest to your country. Then download the file for an installer tool such as Universal USB Installer to create a Live USB from the ISO you just downloaded.


You now have both the ISO and the software to burn the ISO to the USB. Plug in your USB and run Universal USB Installer. Select Linux Mint for the distribution.


Browse to the ISO. It can usually be found in your downloads file. Then choose the USB drive. It will take a few minutes to burn your ISO to the USB.


Create a Space for Linux Mint


Prepare your disk by making a new partition. You can either split an existing partition or create a new one.


To create a new partition, you can use a third-party app or a disk management tool such as Paragon Partition Manager.


Booting From Windows 10


  * From the start menu, type partition to bring up the Disk Management utility.


  * The screenshot above shows 237.37 GB on the C drive. To create some space to install Linux, shrink the C drive by right-clicking on it.

  * Windows will suggest how much of the available space to shrink. How much space you allocate will depend upon how much space you have on your computer.

  * After you select the amount of space, click Shrink. You will now have a new partition where you can install Linux.


Reboot Your Computer


  * Plug the live disk or USB into your computer and restart it.

  * Press the F12, F1, or F10 function key while it is booting to get to the boot menu (which key will vary depending upon your computer.)

  * Choose the option to boot from USB or Removable Media.


Start The Installation


When your system boots into the Live USB, double-click on the Install Linux Mint icon from the desktop.


You will be asked to select your language, select a keyboard layout, and then prompted to install third-party software.


Doing this will ensure that all the software that is required for any proprietary hardware you might have, such as multimedia codecs, will work.


Choose Installation Type


In the next step, you will be asked to choose the type of installation.

  * Don’t select Erase disk and install Linux Mint. This will destroy everything else on your hard drive and install only Mint.

  * Choose Install Linux Mint alongside Windows Boot Manager. The next step is to select how much space you want to allocate for Windows and Linux Mint.


  * You can drag the middle bar in either direction to determine or change the amount of space for both. Then click Install Now.

  * A warning will pop up, letting you know your system will make some final changes. Since you have already backed up the data on your hard drive, you are safe to Continue.

  * Another pop up will ask for confirmation. Click Continue.

  * The installation will be processing in the background while you see a global map asking you to identify and set your location and time zone. Next click Continue.

  * Fill in the form fields with your name, the computer’s name, username, and your password twice.

  * If you tick off Log in Automatically, it means your system will boot directly into the desktop. It’s better to choose Require my password to log in.

  * If you want, you can check off Encrypt my home folder to protect your data from anyone who doesn’t have your password.

  * To proceed, click Continue.


  * While the installation is processing, you will see a slideshow. When the installation is complete, you will be asked if you want to Continue Testing (continue using the test environment) or Restart Now.


Test To See If Dual Boot Is Working


  * Choose Restart Now. You will see the actual boot menu on the screen.

  * The first option is Linux Mint, and it will be the default. If you want to boot into Windows, use the down arrow to select Windows boot manager.

  * To test the Linux Mint install, click on it to see if it is working. You should see the Linux Mint login screen.


  * Put in your password and see the Welcome to Linux Mint screen.


  * Choose your settings such as System Snapshots, Driver Manager and Multimedia Codecs.


For more details on how to customize a distro and other aspects of it, watch Linux Mint 19.1 “Tessa” Cinnamon Edition Review.


Testing Windows


Shut down your computer and restart. Choose Windows from the boot menu. If the Windows login screen loads, log in to make sure your desktop and data are still there.


Setting up a dual boot with Linux Mint and Windows 10 is simple. If you want to add Ubuntu or another version of Windows, use the same process outlined above.


Install Windows first, then install Linux Mint. If you don’t have enough space on your hard drive, then use the option to reallocate space in one direction or the other.



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