Installing operating system process for ubuntu.

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I am using Windows and I have heard that Ubuntu is very efficient operating system and all, and I was thinking about changing from windows XP to Ubuntu, but the truth is that, XP setup system is a very easy for me but I have absolutely no clue as for how to do setup ubuntu, can anyone help me with this?

How do I install Ubuntu operating system on my computer?

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Installing operating system process for ubuntu.

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To  install Ubuntu operating system on your computer, first, you should check if your system has the RAM  32 Mb . Second, download and burn or buy the Live CD then once you have the CD, insert the Live CD in the CD driver, now you can start to boot your computer. You will see then that the Live CD is loading, a Start up menu will appear on the screen.

Then you are required to input some personal information this is for system configuration. You may now select the type of installation you preferred either“Existing partition” that will save the other operating system or the previous one that you have or the “Guided-Erase entire disk” this will delete all your former operating system and settings ( see the image below).

Before the rebooting process begin, and after the GRUB menu displayed ,you need to sign in, this is normally introduced with a command line. Then think over what kind of window manager you should add, Enlightment, Fluxbox, Openbox and so on, you can add one of these while linking to the internet and inputting this command: sudo apt-get install xorg xterm wdm fluxbox

After choosing your desired window manager, start installing the display manager, run one of these commands: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xdm
sudo dpkg-reconfigure slim

Once the Installation process is done, you may now restart your computer.

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Installing operating system process for ubuntu.

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I would like to add, that it's usually better to burn the Ubuntu Iso image to disk rather than to buy it, because you don't know if the disk you are buying will work in your drive.  There are just so many types of CDs and DVDs out there.  If you burn it to disk with your computer you should be able to boot from it as well.

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http://www.dotdeb.com is a great place to get Ubuntu Software

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