First time posting here. I am making the switch to Linux as my daily driver tomorrow. I am setting up my computer with a 3Tb Corsair M.2 ssd as the primary storage with Ubuntu loaded and a second 1Tb Samsung M.2 ssd with Windows 10 for anything that doesn’t run on Linux. I am a student at my local college studying for my BAS in Cybersecurity and System Admin. I know that Linux will be be my future professionally and personally but I am worried about compatibility with school programs so I would like to retain Windows for the near future until I am more comfortable going totally Linux.
What steps do I or should I take to make sure that the system build turns out great. I understand that sometimes in dualboot systems that the different OS’s can break each other.
My plan was to install Ubuntu with only the 3Tb ssd inserted. Take it out. Install the 1Tb ssd. Install Windows. Re-insert the 3Tb ssd and set it as the primary boot drive in BIOS and everything should be good to go.
If anyone has any experience with a setup like this and has some advice I welcome your input.
Thanks in advance for the help guys!