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Give your Linux Peach Installation Windows Program Functionality

Ok – here we go with how to give Linux – hence Peach OSI/TV or any of its derivatives – as much Windows program support as currently accepted as possible.

First you must have Peach installed on your machine and you should have no less than 13GB of available storage space (I highly suggest that you have at least 20GB.)

What if your computer died? Would your hard drive and operating system boot in another computer? Peach OSI will!

  As a responsible thinking individual I often like to play the : "What if?" game. Sometimes this game runs side by side with another question of, "Why is?". Pay attention now because I do not want to lose you. Let's start by thinking about a recent vacation that you or I may have taken. Perhaps we drove to our vacation location. Perhaps we took a plane or possibly even a boat or a train. No matter how it was that we arrived at our vacation spot, the trip to that location was not the reason for the vacation.

Dual Booting pre-installed Windows 8 or Windows 10 with UEFI and a Linux System

More and more disgruntled Windows 8.1 Metro users and Windows 10 users email us about dual booting a Linux operating system alongside their factory installed Windows® installation.  As a person who has designed systems for longer than most people have been alive, I can readily understand your frustration. When I’m designing a system there is always the issue of where to place a simple thing like the taskbar. That placement is important but not a game changer in most cases. I look at it as if it were a car being driven either on the left or right side of the car.

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