Partitioning Windows 10 for Linux with GParted

August 24, 2016 | By thelinuxevangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Partitioning Windows 10 - Setting Up

  1. Then Accept the Default KeyMaps

    Partitioning Windows 10 for Linux with GParted - Don't Touck KeyMap

  2. And Select Your KeyMap/KeyBoard-Layout

    Partitioning Windows 10 for Linux with GParted - Don't Touck KeyMap

  3. So Starting GParted Live GUI

    Partitioning Windows 10 for Linux with GParted - Launch GParted GUI

  4. Finally Select Partition and Click on Resize/Move

    Partitioning Windows 10 for Linux with GParted - Resize/Move

  5. Follow Setting the New Partition’s Size

    Partitioning Windows 10 for Linux with GParted - Resize/Move

  6. Finally Apply
    Triple Check your Setup before execution!

    Partitioning Windows 10 for Linux with GParted - Apply
    And be Aware of the Potential Data Loss Risk…
    Partitioning Windows 10 for Linux with GParted - Potential Data Loss

  7. Here a Successfull Ntfs Partitioning

    Partitioning Windows 10 for Linux with GParted - Apply

    After You can Reboot and Start with the Other OS Installation Using the Newly Created Free Space…


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