greenknight Posted September 25, 2012 Share Posted September 25, 2012 You can now use an EXE installer to install Puppy Linux in a Windows PC. Just download the EXE of the Puppy version you want and click on it; the installer will add (1) Linux to your Windows boot dialogue and (2) Grub menu for choosing how to use Puppy Linux. Also, two directories will be added to your hard drive: a "boot" directory containing the boot scripts, plus a "puppy" folder containing the Puppy Linux files. Dual booting was never this simple! More details and links to mirrors at http://puppylinuxnew...nux-in-windows/ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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