Ok... So Zorin is installed on a ext4 journaling partition. But everything else is NTFS. So a couple questions...
Is there a format I can use for my partitions that Windows AND Linux will recognize? Windows 7 and Zorin 16 for now, Windows 10 and Zorin 16+ later. I know the install partitions have to be NTFS and Ext4 for the main OSes.
UEFI mobo, GPT, Secure Boot disabled.
If I point to the same Documents folder Windows uses, what issues do I need to be aware of?
How do I change the what the Linux folders (Documents, etc.) point to? I want to point them to my Windows Documents folder, etc, in the best, safest way. That's because I have limited hard drive space, and can't have 2 copies of everything, 1 for each OS. They need to share and play nicely together.