Ubuntu For Windows Users Create USB Boot Drive Video Tutorial
This is a video that shows you how to create a usb boot disk for Ubuntu to use to install ubuntu on Windows 10 or 8.1 or Windows 7.
Ubuntu is a free operating system that allows users to have full control over their computer and it has lots of free software that are similar to Windows Programs.
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Transcript (machine generated so it contains errors)
Hello and thank you for coming to this video. This video is basically Ubuntu for windows users again will show you how to create a USB boot drive. So basically your USB stick care and have Ubuntu on it and it can be used to install Ubuntu onto your windows computer at the first thing you need to do is basically choose whichever browser you want there and download Ubuntu, so go to Google, type in the Ubuntu download and you'll find that literally the very first Echo and when that comes up the current version is 16.0 4.3 long term support LTS and there basically you download click down on that they will ask you if you want to give a donation because it's a free software about is entirely up to you.
Okay, am hinges that and then you should automatically get a pop-up it's about 1.4 GB for the 64 bit version. It will detect automatically. We have already downloaded that so we don't need to download that again. The next thing you will need to do is basically download Rufus okay, which is the software program is open source, to create that USB stick. Now that all you need to do elder show you how you can find it going to Google, Google and type in the Ubuntu USB boot disk, and from the Ubuntu website itself. You see tutorials.Ubuntu.com it says how to create a bootable USB stick on windows, so click on that and it's the second one and it says Rufus ego Rufus. It basically redirects you to their website and their scroll down if you get a download of the year. Whatever at is basically down there, click on that it will save and save it to your desktop server to your download folder and then you can run it.
We have this year and we just double click on it and open up and it'll find a USB drives. Okay, we have this USB the desk. We have chosen MBR FAT32 air basically, we have selected the ISO image, which is the one that we damage our desktop and vertigo that there and ISO image. So basically that's all you really need to do once you done that, click on start, you will get this message saying basically, you need to download a couple of extra files for the latest version of Ubuntu, click yesterday, then you can choose which mode you want to use okay the ISO mode is the simplest if it doesn't work. Is this a try. DD okay it gives you the little warning, saying everything will be formatted on that drives.
If you have any data that you want to keep copying before running this attack and then reformat the drive and then basically transfer this ISO Ubuntu ISO onto our memory stick. Once that's finished, you have a USB boot disk. Her thumb drive, as they call it to basically install Ubuntu on your windows, which should be our next video how to install Ubuntu alongside windows can carry thank you for watching. Hopefully the result
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