Instructions on how to install Ubuntu using the easiest USB

Currently, many developers are using Ubuntu as a programming operating system because of its ease of use and installation. The special thing...

Currently, many developers are using Ubuntu as a programming operating system because of its ease of use and installation. The special thing is that it is completely free. This article will guide you how to install Ubuntu using the easiest USB.

Ubuntu is a Linux-based computer operating system and is a popular Linux distribution. It provides a stable operating system, focusing on usability and ease of installation.

Also Ubuntu is free and open source software. This means you are free to run, copy, research and improve the software under the terms of the GNU GPL license. From there, you can take advantage of the talents of outside developers without having to develop yourself.

1. How to download and create an installation USB

- First, how you need to prepare a USB with 4GB capacity or more and then install the .ISO Ubuntu file, download here.

- Download the Universal USB Installer software to create the USB to install here.

Step 1: Double-click the downloaded USB Installer software and then press "I Agree"

Step 2: Select as shown below with Step 1 (select Ubuntu), Step 2 (select the path to the downloaded .ISO file) Step 3 (select the USB name in use and tick the next box).

Step 3: Wait for the USB Boost process to complete and click "Close" to close the interface.

2. Installation notes

- Computer must have Windows installed.

- Data should be backed up in case you install it on a partition.

- An Ubuntu installation partition must have a capacity of 20 GB or more.

- Check if your computer is using BIOS Legacy or UEFI (EFI). If it is EFI, it will support more and the speed of booting the operating system will be faster than Legacy.

- How to check the computer in the BIOS Legacy or UEFI standards:

Step 1: Go to the search bar and find "System Information".
Step 2: Find out which BIOS your computer is in "BIOS Mode".

3. Installation instructions for Ubuntu operating system

Note: This article does not guide you to run Ubuntu and Windows in parallel, please consider carefully before installing.

Step 1: Right-click on "This PC" and select "Manage"
Step 2: Select the hard drive to create a partition for Ubuntu (SSD should be selected)
Step 3: Create a partition by right-clicking on the partition that says "D:" or "C:" and selecting "Shrink Volume".
Step 4: Select the amount of space from 20 GB or more to create a partition for Ubuntu and select "Shrink".
Step 5: Restart your computer and press the shortcut key into the BIOS interface to install Ubuntu.

List of BIOS access keys by mainboard:

- ASRock mainboard: F2

- ASUS mainboard: DEL, Print or F10.

- GIGABYTE Mainboard: Del to enter the BIOS Setup Utility.

- Intel Mainboard: F2 to enter BIOS Setup Utility.

- MSI Mainboard (Micro-Star): DEL to enter BIOS Setup Utility.

- DELL Mainboard: F12

- SONY VAIO mainboard: ASSIST key

Step 6: Then you go to the BOOT on the USB installed .ISO file, we will enter the Ubuntu installation interface.

Here, you have 2 options are "Try Ubuntu" and "Install Ubuntu".

If you try it, you will directly boost it from the USB drive. If you install Ubuntu, you will install it on the partition you just created.

Step 7: Select the language and select "Continue".

Step 8: Select "Install Ubuntu alongside Window Boost Manager".
(You can also choose "Erase Disk and Install Ubuntu". It will erase all data on the hard drive and install new Ubuntu).

Step 9: Click "Install Now".

Step 10: Select the newly created partition to install for Ubuntu.

Step 11: Select "Install Now".

Step 12: Add some of your personal information and then proceed to install Ubuntu for the machine.

And after the installation is complete, the computer will restart and you have finished installing Ubuntu.

I wish you a successful installation and experience the great things on Ubuntu.

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