- Aug 22, 2022
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A little study and reading the install guidelines before installing Mint would have revealed how to partition that drive. But since you installed already those are your choices. Which are not that hard to do.
At least one partition is required, but I guess you meant that no more than that is needed.you don't have to create partitions
At least one partition is required, but I guess you meant that no more than that is needed.
Linux has a learning curve so you may have to put in a little time.
As someone who only switched to Linux just a little over a month ago, I do not really agree with the notion that Linux is, per se, more problematic than Windows or Mac OS, it just works in a different way to them, and that is alright.
That means that there is a learning curve involved after switching to Linux, but what I have learned in the time since I made the switch is that I have found the learning experience rewarding, and having full control over my own computer is a reward all of its own (no more forced updates, telemetry, or surveillance, to name a few examples).