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Posted 05 September 2012 - 05:21
why run linux on top of windows?
Posted 05 September 2012 - 05:39
that is unless you have a persistent live copy on a flash drive (which will still run slower than being installed on the hard drive)
With Live it will load and run only in memory-- and upon each reboot or setup -- you will have to re-do your settings...such as for your sound.
Unlike the Wubi where it works just like an install.
With a live linux -- you would have to re-setup your video drivers and sound drivers each time you reboot.
Plus any other customization you have done. with the Wubi it retains that.