- Apr 1, 2022
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Good colleagues! I've been a Linux user for a while, I use it on a daily basis, but sometimes I have to do some things on Windows, so I ended up installing a virtual machine. So, I currently use Debian, by mistake and inexperience in the installation of my OS I ended up installing the testing version and I wanted to change to the stable version so taking advantage that I will do a new installation I would like to know what would be the correct procedure to partition my SSD to install two operating systems, namely Linux Debian 11 obeying those rules of separation of the different directories Root, Home, swap and boot and another probably Windows 10? My SSD is 1Tb, and I wanted to reserve approximately 100Gb for Windows 10 and the rest for Debian 11. What would be your suggestion?