Ok, I finally found a Linux Distro I like. Now after running Fedora in a Virtual Environment for about 3 months, I am ready to set up a dual boot environment, meaning using Windows for the few apps that need it. And Running Fedora 27 for everything else. I have run into some possible problems my hard drive which is where I want to install Fedora still has Windows programs on it, and I am afraid those files will cause a problem with the install since Linux and Windows use different file system and I don’t have any money to get a brand new laptop drive.
I got a chance to add more information to my post so here goes. The Laptop I am trying to install Fedora to is an Asus Rog G75vw. It has an Intel Core i7-3630QM with Nvidia GeForce GTX 670M for the GPU. The Asus ROG G75VW has an SSD with Windows 8.1 installed on it. There is also a hard drive installed with Windows Apps and programs installed.
Also, Can someone suggest a free open source program that would let me set to see if the hard drive will die anytime soon. The reason I ask is I took my Laptop to Micro Center to install some more ram into it. Just for the hell of it, they ran some sort of stress test software that reported the hard drive was starting to fail. I would like to run this test my self to verify what they told me on the phone.