upperdrag wrote:I dont know wether t which to choose, if I choose unbuntu can I turn back to windows?
You can always go back to Windows, but for safety reasons make sure you keep the recovery disk it came with to reinstall it.
Also you can dual boot Ubuntu if you don't wanna remove Windows. Just make a separate partition, and install Ubuntu on that partition. Now you have the best of both worlds.
I personally don't do that, cause I need my space. I installed Ubuntu on a flash drive, and if you don't wanna waste money on a blank cd. If you have a flash drive you can use the Universal USB Installer
which turns your flash drive pretty much into a live cd, and you can always reformat the flash drive, and use it over and over.
If you wanna use a CD/DVD you can use InfraRecorder
to burn the os to the disk, and you'll have your live cd. (It's called live, cause you can test the os before installing it)
Also you can give a virtual machine a try to, but you haft to share ram, and you don't get the best experience.
Lets say you don't have a live cd, or a flash drive, you can use Wubi
, but I don't recommend it, but it works, and does the partitioning for you.
I'm gonna post a tut in a bit (still gotta make it), but it'll be on getting started using Ubuntu. However you'll haft to download the file, cause I'll go over numerous ways on using Linux. Flash drive, live cd, virtual machine, dual booting, etc: