I watched the video on Dual booting the non-traditional way. I was thinking whether the drives need to be encrypted. I was like I don't need anybody to know what my browsing history was like honestly, so I figured that this is needed.
Now, let me ask, with the non-traditional way, can the disk partition be encrypted while going through installation process?
Personally there are better ways than encryption for browsing history. Bookmark pages then export them to USB for importation later. Should anything go wrong with the OS recovering encrypted data becomes impossible to recover. Many years ago whilst installing SuSE Linux 9.3 Professional warned that if encryption is enabled it could lead to severe data loss. The other simple step to take is clear all history after each session after exporting bookmarks.
I dual booted successfully, however I would have preferred the Windows bootloader when starting up any OS but it gave me Linux bootloader. I dont mind but I thought the video I referenced would have been more ideal for me because starting up any OS is a little slower
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