How do I make a dual Boot for Windows 10. When i already have fedora. I want to use a single SSD for both systems. Also is it possible without loosing my current data.

  • @jrredho
    17 months ago

    Due to issues with the bootloaders, the best way to achieve this is to install fedora after installing windows. I’d suggest backing up your existing data, wiping the entire ssd, and reinstalling everything starting with Windows. Boot into Windows after installation and shrink your user disk, then repartition the ssd for Fedora and install it.

    It sounds like a lot, but you’ll save yourself a bunch of heartache. Short cuts are the long way in this case.