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5 Fast Solutions To Deploy Ubuntu On Windows

For testing purposes or just for fun, almost any existing Linux distribution can be rapidly deployed from its Live CD or DVD ISO image, without the need to perform an installation to a hard drive or a USB drive. Windows users who are curious to test or use Ubuntu without actually installing it on a partition of the hard drive, have at least five fast solutions to deploy Ubuntu from within Windows without affecting the currently installed operating system or modifying the structure of hard drive partitions.

1.uSbuntu Live Creator is a free Windows software, targeted primarily to automatically create bootable USB drives with Ubuntu Linux distribution.

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