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i am using windows 10 and Parrot os as dual boot but Parrot os working slowly and sometimes it got freezes i have 8gb of ram having clock speed @1.60ghz and 1tb of hdd

is it the peoblem due to my hdd or anything else Sad
Could you give anymore information on the problem? If there's no solution then you could always try making a live boot. It's super easy. All you need is a USB, Internet, and time.
(07-11-2019, 06:55 PM)Drako Wrote: [ -> ]Could you give anymore information on the problem? If there's no solution then you could always try making a live boot. It's super easy. All you need is a USB, Internet, and time.

but in live boot if i update and upgrade my os(because some tools/scripts requires that) the updates will be not saved so in another live boot i have to againg update the os
There is a lot of tutorials on dual booting OS on Youtube and also on the web.
how old is your pc ?
(07-12-2019, 03:51 AM)darkninja1980 Wrote: [ -> ]There is a lot of tutorials on dual booting OS on Youtube and also on the web.
how old is your pc ?

i have a laptop 1 week old

specifications:

ram- 8gb DDR4
hdd- 1Tb
graphics card- NVIDIA Geforce 940MX
processor- Core i5 8th Gen
(07-12-2019, 05:03 AM)I_AM Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-12-2019, 03:51 AM)darkninja1980 Wrote: [ -> ]There is a lot of tutorials on dual booting OS on Youtube and also on the web.
how old is your pc ?

i have a laptop 1 week old

specifications:

ram- 8gb DDR4
hdd- 1Tb
graphics card- NVIDIA Geforce 940MX
processor- Core i5  8th Gen
also, did you change the Bios of your computer?
Do you have any other experience with Linux before?
(07-12-2019, 05:18 AM)darkninja1980 Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-12-2019, 05:03 AM)I_AM Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-12-2019, 03:51 AM)darkninja1980 Wrote: [ -> ]There is a lot of tutorials on dual booting OS on Youtube and also on the web.
how old is your pc ?

i have a laptop 1 week old

specifications:

ram- 8gb DDR4
hdd- 1Tb
graphics card- NVIDIA Geforce 940MX
processor- Core i5  8th Gen
also, did you change the Bios of your computer?
Do you have any other experience with Linux before?

yes i have also disabled safe boot in bios

yes i have experience in kali linux, tails os, parrot os

but as kali is a resource hungry os i am using parrot os as dual boot but sometimes my parrot os got freeze and even it works slow as compared to my windows 10 in that same laptop
(07-12-2019, 05:21 AM)I_AM Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-12-2019, 05:18 AM)darkninja1980 Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-12-2019, 05:03 AM)I_AM Wrote: [ -> ]i have a laptop 1 week old

specifications:

ram- 8gb DDR4
hdd- 1Tb
graphics card- NVIDIA Geforce 940MX
processor- Core i5  8th Gen
also, did you change the Bios of your computer?
Do you have any other experience with Linux before?

yes i have also disabled safe boot in bios

yes i have experience in kali linux, tails os, parrot os

but as kali is a resource hungry os i am using parrot os as dual boot but sometimes my parrot os got freeze and even it works slow as compared to my windows 10 in that same laptop
here are some links on dual booting. Kali and parrot OS is very similar to Ubuntu and Debian Linux.
https://www.theexplode.com/dual-boot-win...and-linux/
https://itsfoss.com/guide-install-linux-...t-windows/
(07-12-2019, 03:35 AM)I_AM Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-11-2019, 06:55 PM)Drako Wrote: [ -> ]Could you give anymore information on the problem? If there's no solution then you could always try making a live boot. It's super easy. All you need is a USB, Internet, and time.

but in live boot if i update and upgrade my os(because some tools/scripts requires that) the updates will be not saved so in another live boot i have to againg update the os

There is a way to save changes made on your live boot. I can't explain now though.
(07-12-2019, 05:37 AM)Drako Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-12-2019, 03:35 AM)I_AM Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-11-2019, 06:55 PM)Drako Wrote: [ -> ]Could you give anymore information on the problem? If there's no solution then you could always try making a live boot. It's super easy. All you need is a USB, Internet, and time.

but in live boot if i update and upgrade my os(because some tools/scripts requires that) the updates will be not saved so in another live boot i have to againg update the os

There is a way to save changes made on your live boot. I can't explain now though.

you mean persistent storage
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