Hi. My computers all crashed due to hardware errors. They were quite old anyway. So, after considerable consideration, I am buying a new tower that comes with a 1 Tb disk and WIN 11 installed.
Obviously, I wouldn’t be here if I wasn’t a Fedora aficionado. Therefore I wonder whether it is possible to grub the disk so that it has Fedora as well as WIN 11. If possible, how can I find the steps to achieve this goal? I surmise from other writers that it is indeed possible, but I don’t know how to start.
Yes. Fedora will detect Windows in the installer and will setup dual boot by default. You can also, optionally , delete all your windows partitions and just run Fedora, straight from the installer as well. I generally do the latter when I’m installing Fedora since I have up windows a very long time ago.
If you do this you can take a back up of your whole windows 11 if ever i never needed for my case but you may need just make a back up to a drive and install fedora in whole disk and you may consider full disk encryption that win does not offer.