Both systems have a range of software, but determine your needs before installing either operating system. Note that, having installed Windows, you can always install GNU/Linux later and, conversely, if you install GNU/Linux first, there is no throwaway cost to regret if it ... front of the PC, put the CD-ROM in your optical drive, and follow the on-screen instructions (you may have to restart with the CD in place). If you are doing a Windows-only install, just allocate all of the hard drive to XP.
|Title||:||How To Assemble a Desktop PC|
|Author||:||David Cahalan, Andreas Ipp, Wikibooks Contributors|
|Publisher||:||Librito Mondi -|