I made the switch from Windows to Linux (Ubuntu). The installation was difficult for me. I have two hard disks. A 128-gigabyte SSD plus a 2-terabyte hard drive While installing Windows, I utilized the SSD for the operating system and the second disk for everything else ( games, documents, projects). Windows automatically upgrades my SSD. Anyway, I used Ubuntu for a month and studied a lot of articles before installing it.


/ - root (20GB)
/Swap - 2GB, I have 16GB of RAM
EFI system Partition - 500MB
/Boot -500MB



Am I making a mistake? For software and files, I’d want to use a hard drive. Only use a SSD for libraries and the operating system. Thanks!

Askify Moderator Edited question April 14, 2023