Works for Ubuntu 18.04LTS up to 19.10. Learn the 5 easy steps to download & install Ubuntu on your PC while keeping Windows at the same time!

DOWNLOAD LINKS:
Deluge (torrent download client) –
Ubuntu ISO Image –
Rufus (Live USB Creator tool) –

MORE INFORMATION ON TORRENTS
Using a torrent or bittorrent client means that you will be downloading the Ubuntu ISO file from other users around the world who are also using a torrent client: it’s called a p2p, or peer-to-peer, connection. Once the download is complete, the torrent program will begin “seeding” the Ubuntu ISO. In other words, it will make the Ubuntu ISO file available to other torrent users, and can possibly use your Internet bandwidth to upload the Ubuntu ISO file for other users.

To stop sharing the Ubuntu ISO file after the download is complete, either uninstall Deluge, or (1) Go into the Deluge program, (2) Right-click on the Ubuntu ISO file name in the main Deluge window, (3) Left-click “Remove torrent”, (4) Once the new window opens up, left-click “Remove torrent” again. Deluge will no longer take up your Internet bandwidth to share the ISO file. Good to go! 🙂

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36 Comments

CheaPies

May 19, 2020

Thank you so much, and btw if tou guys are not finding the usb in the boot menu of the installation seems different, go into your bios and disable uefi

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Mirza Tayyab Ali Baig

May 19, 2020

i wish i could give you hundreds of likes 🙂

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Nishit Tiwari

May 19, 2020

Can we do this using just an pendrive?

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jos Kools

May 19, 2020

Heel duidelijk 🙂

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Chinmaya Bhat K K

May 19, 2020

My system says computer currently has no detected operating system. What can I do

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blueeyedbaer

May 19, 2020

It's all fun and games untill you decide to update Windows installation and the Grub screen disappears leaving you only with Windows choice 😀

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D j

May 19, 2020

Great video!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Thank u very much!!!!

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ezrek 4you

May 19, 2020

this was absolutely perfect! couldn’t be better. thank you so much ❤️

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Sahana Mary

May 19, 2020

It really helped, without formatting other docs, thank you sooo much. God bless you all.

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hamza ali

May 19, 2020

can we install ubuntu alongside with window 7???
reply please…

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GAMING HAZARD

May 19, 2020

22:04 I don't see this screen whenever I restart my pc

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Ben

May 19, 2020

Such a clean video and simple! I am now running Ubuntu alongside Windows and really am loving it so far. In the future if I decide to go with Ubuntu full time how would I get rid of Windows so the only OS on my system is Ubuntu

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sc0or

May 19, 2020

Trust me, if you are not able to create partitions for efi, swap, root, and home, you don't need linux. Otherwise (if you believe in a magic button "install") you are going to bargain few hours of a free time of your friends who wanted to spend them with their families (or these will be yours hours x10)

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Aerox

May 19, 2020

deluge wont accept the ubuntu file. does anyone know how to fix this???

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Olli Wes 2

May 19, 2020

will you need always use the usb flashdrive to boot into ubuntu

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crackvideos

May 19, 2020

Hi it's kinda different for me it gives me only 2 options to delete all my files or something else there is no among windows

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Edis Luka

May 19, 2020

Hello there , great video! I have a problem which says you need to turn off your RST before you can continue ,how do I do that and why .

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Jus t

May 19, 2020

What do i do if it is taking more than ten minutes to get past 15:50

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TheAwkwardAxeman

May 19, 2020

Thanks a lot! Just installed Ubuntu 20.04 without any issues!

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प्रदीप जगदाळे

May 19, 2020

THANK YOU SO MUCH, I CREATE ABSOLUTELY SOLED VIDEO. PLEASE MAKE HOW TO USE LINUX FOR EXAMPLE INSTALL AND UNINSTALL SOFTWARE PROCESS ETC. FOR BEGINER

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kaushik gaekwad

May 19, 2020

Grub loader failed.

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Aditya Bikram Arandhara

May 19, 2020

Thanks a lot. It worked 👍

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Connie Liang

May 19, 2020

At the 12:04 step of using Rufus to move Ubuntu onto the USB, it doesn't finish loading but instead gives an error message "Error: Could not partition drive" and now when I doubleclick into my USB file, it shows as unable to open or be reformatted. Anyone have advice?

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alfonso6588

May 19, 2020

Thanks for the video!! I have a question though. Will I be able to access all my documents from Ubuntu? Or do I have to do one "extra step" to have the files shared across operative systems?

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Wade Pulliam

May 19, 2020

Now is there a way to re-format my USB stick back to file based?

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MAX Tango_laos

May 19, 2020

and how to delete plz

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Hamma Hamma

May 19, 2020

perfect thanks

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jayanta deb

May 19, 2020

Hi i followed your guidelines step by step but in instalation type its not detecting windows10 and asking for erasing the whole partion…..

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Tommy Solace

May 19, 2020

You skipped on how to Prepare the partition of the disk.

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Sasi JEE Main 176111

May 19, 2020

Can we do this with Ubuntu version 1804.2020.5.0

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Alberto Martin

May 19, 2020

Mo one explain how to change de fault OS or how to change the time for the dual boot screen haha

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SuperRaider90

May 19, 2020

great tutorial. Thank you so much. I got the dual boot installed with the help of your terrific tutorial!

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Way To IT

May 19, 2020

Hello,
Your Video is great that's why I subscribed to your channel and I can remember when I installed the ubuntu first time I used your video as guide anyways.
Actually, I am writing this comment because I am trying to install the Ubuntu on my new Dell G3 3590 alongside Windows 10 but Ubuntu can't detect my SSD. So, I tried installing kali Linux and the same issue encountered so I read on the internet it is due to the RAID0 and ACHI incompatibility. So is there any way to install the Ubuntu on RAID0 without changing the setting in BIOS(means changing the drive to ACHI) because if I did this I will not be able to access my Windows. I mean are there any kind of drivers or something.
Thanks.
Regards,
Arslan Iftikhar

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Yousef Nofal

May 19, 2020

This is a well detailed steps good job bro..

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Jaspreet Singh

May 19, 2020

i won’t get the GNU GRUB option. my window just starts up

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Harshit Karwal

May 19, 2020

I'm installing Ubuntu 19.10 and the install wizard is stating that I need at least 8.6 GB disk space, but this computer has only 8.0 GB. I'm thinking that it has selected the USB drive as the hard drive, how can I change the install destination to my laptop's SSD?

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