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i am currently using windows for my music programs that wine doesnt support so is there any way of havin window and linux on the same laptop?
if so how do i do it.
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But you can't get it at the same time unless you use a virtual machine
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You can use VirtualBox. This is an application that allows you to setup a 'virtual' machine running on your Linux desktop. You could install in that virtual machine a Windows OS and thus run your music programs.
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