Before you start: Make sure Windows 10 is installed.
Boot to Windows 10.
Right click the start button and select “Disk management”.
Right click on “Windows (C:)” and select “Shrink Volume”.
Enter the value (MB) of at least 50000 in the “Enter the amount of space to shrink in MB:”.
Restart your computer and boot to the Ubuntu installation media.
Select “Install Ubuntu”
Select “Normal installation”, “Download updates while Ubuntu is installing” and “Install third-party software for graphics and Wi-Fi hardware and additional media formats.
Select the option “Install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10” and click “Install now”.
Select your “Where are you?” location; Amsterdam and click “Continue”.
Enter your personal information and click “continue”.
Ubuntu is now installing.
Click “Restart now”.
When the following screen will pop up during the startup the dual boot is successful.
Note: On certain hardware devices (with Secure Boot on), it can happen that the device will boot into Windows 10 after the installation of Ubuntu. Then let the device boot Ubuntu once (change the boot during the startup) to solve this issue.
Local Support FSE (LO-FSE) is the local IT Department of the Faculty of Science and Engineering and Edlab.