How to Dual Boot Windows 8.1 with Linux Lite 2016

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in this video i will show you how to Dual Boot Windows 8.1 with Linux Lite

for this you have to know how to make Boot-able USB or DVD from ISO file in your Windows 8.1 computer

i already make tutorial on this topic , so if you don't know how to do this

then please check out my video here :

After making boot-able USB you should know how to boot your computer from USB stick.

For Dell computers press F12 to go to boot menu and select USB drive , and it will boot your computer from USB
Or you can go to BIOS setup by pressing F2 and in boot section change boot order to boot from USB.

Or if you are on other computer then press Escape Key or F12 or F11 , or may be F8

And for Bios Setup you can press either F1 or F2.

Ok now , installation steps are very simple ,

First we need to create empty partition for our Linux Lite from C drive or any other drive that has enough space in it

After this we will insert our DVD or USB drive into computer and restart our computer

After this we will boot our computer from USB or DVD

And then We will install our Linux Lite

And at the end we will verify that both Linux Lite and Windows 8.1 are working fine.

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