How to Dual Boot Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and Windows 11 [ 2022 ]

Dual Boot ubuntu 22.04 and windows 11. Install ubuntu 22.04 LTS alongside windows 11. This video shows you how to install ubuntu on windows 11. Using dual boot you can setup windows 11 and ubuntu 22.04 LTS on the same drive.

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Dual booting windows 11 and ubuntu 2022 helps to use both operating systems at the same time. When you turn on your Pc it will ask you to boot in to window 11 or ubuntu. This way you can run both operating systems on the same computer hassle free.

In this tutorial, I will be showing how to install ubuntu 22.04 alongside on windows 11. This video follows the UEFI-GPT method. Meaning, all the modern computer users can use this guide to dual boot their PC with ubuntu linux 22.04 LTS on their existing Windows 11 or windows 10. There may be no data loss you will encounter while using this method, although it’s always recommended to back up any important Data from windows 11 just to be on a safer side. IF something goes wrong, you can retrieve the data. Apart from that as long as you follow this guide, you will be able to successfully able to dual boot ubuntu 22.04 and windows 11 on your PC or laptop.
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32 thoughts on “How to Dual Boot Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and Windows 11 [ 2022 ]

  1. For installation on secondary drive Ubuntu made request I create a Reserved Bios Boot Area of greater than 1MB for grub (sounds disgusting). So I made 4th partition of 100MB as I have GB to burn on my 500 GB SSD.

  2. Works great! However, you might want to let people know that the Intel Rapid Start/Storage Technology might be listed in their BIOS as Intel RST.

  3. Sir I have partion. One is SSD 256gb in which 86gb is free currently. And other is hdd in which 800 gb is free currently. So
    If I install Ubuntu on SSD, then will it use my SSD for storage purposes or my hdd. I want it to use my hdd.

  4. This us crap once you disable rst in your bios you won't be able to boot into Windows you have to keep turning it on and off each time you decide to change your operating system to the other
    I notice you didn't show that in your video

  5. So in your "How to Dual Boot Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and Windows 10" titled video, you chose "logical" for the root directory and "primary" in this video. Why ? What changed ? And also you chose root partition for boot loader installation in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and EFI partition in this video. Is it because your laptop lacked that partition in the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS version ?

  6. Hey Ksk Royal!
    I've looked into a lot of dual booting videos and seem to have a fair understanding of how things need to be done.
    But what i struggle with is the swap memory part.

    I have 16+8gig of ram on my laptop. Will be making it 16+16 soon.

    Majority of the videos on YouTube or post on google recommend 2X the physical memory to be set up as the swap area.

    My question:
    Is it necessary to include swap memory even with 24/32 gigs physical RAM?

    Thanks in advance! 🙂

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