Uninstall Windows and Install Linux Mint

When you finally decide to Uninstall Windows and Install Linux Mint, here is what you should do:

  1. Download the Linux Mint ISO image file
  2. Copy the ISO image to a Disk
  3. Change the boot sequece in the BIOS

Linux MintĀ Installation Steps:

1. Place the Linux Mint disk in the disk drive and reboot the computer, Linux Mint will boot up automatically giving you a countdown.

2. Once the countdown finishes you’ll be prompted with the Linux GUI or desktop. Here click on Install Linux Mint.

3. Select the language, then click on continue on the Preparing to install Linux Mint window.

4. Now Select Replace Windows in the installation window. Note: all of your windows files will be deleted so make sure to back it up.

5. If you have mutiple drives make sure you select the proper one from the Select Drive drop-down menu. and Install Now.

6. Select the Timezone, Keyboard layout, User name and password, Wait about 10 minutes and the installation will finish.

Video Tutorial:

Miguel

I started this tech blog back in 2011 as a place to write down processes I took to fix my client systems and network. Now I write some tips and tricks to help others with the tech issues that one might encounter.

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2 Responses

  1. Ben says:

    Thank you for a simple and elegant tutorial. Especially for people like me, who only uses a PC for the tasks it is programmed to do rather than someone who wants to change the performance of the machine. I have been around computerised work settings for over 40 years and owned PC’s with every version of MS since XP. I’ve finally had enough with the W10 version. I have very basic needs and now use my modern PC only for photos/playing DVD’s and word processing (an essential use). Can the basic installation cope with my requirements please or will I need to add to it (e.g. a Microsoft Office equivalent such as Libra Office)?