The video tutorial links below may be of interest to anyone who is considering trying linux without wanting to give up windows.
They are quite thorough, so some are quite long, and packed full of ozzy gold nuggets.
One important point to note though, is that MX Linux does not necessarily have to be installed to hdd - because the original MX ISO, or any subsequently configured MX snapshot ISOs (complete with installed apps and data, eg:Annex multi-platform Toolkit), can simply be ran live from a bootable USB (eg: Ventoy), or can be installed on to a bootable USB stick instead of to a hdd.
Dual boot MX Linux & Windows [Including how to remove MX Linux and its bootloader]:
Install MX Linux 21 (with BTRFS file system) to an External Hard Drive:
MX Linux 21 XFCE Set Up & Customization [step by step]:
MX Linux 21 XFCE Theming Guide [Step by step]:
All that relates to the Linux OS
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