N/APosted on - 02/04/2015
I want to install Linux inside my Genuine copy of Windows as an application. I mean, I want my system to show the distro of Linux which I've installed in my rig inside the control panel. Is it possible to what I'm saying? If no, what can be done in order to do so? Are there any developers who are looking forward to doing this? P.S. I want to do the above mentioned work without using Virtual Box.
Linux inside Windows as an application; Is it possible?
Yes, of course you can. All Linux OS has given us this opportunity to install or run Linux inside windows as an application. All you have to do is download the ISO image of your preferred OS from their site & extract the ISO file using WinRAR or similar application. Then inside the extracted folder you'll find an installer such as "wubi.exe" for Ubuntu. Double-click it & install like any other usual applications. Remember, if you re-install your windows, you'll lose the Linux installed in it too.