I simpathize with your loosing all of your data during the install.
Originally Posted by rohitkumar
That is not uncommon when you try to install Linux on a single partition
HD. After you have used Windows for a while, it has stored information
across the drive. The universal recommendation is to fresh install
windows then install Linux. A bootlogger will be installed that allows
you to choose which OS you want to boot.
I had the dual boot setup for a while but it didn't work for me. I
would be working in Linux and suddendly need to do something that I
didn't know how to do in Linux. To go to Windows, I would have to
reboot. This time I chose to dedicate one computer totally to Linux.
There are many thing I will have to learn. For instance I will have to
learn how to transfer files from one computer to the other.
Your question "...why do u say for my 'internet time'? is it the same
thing as with the ie vs firefox (for windows vs linux?)..."
It is just the way I am choosing to allocate my usage. I have figured
out most of the internet related issues so it seems to be the easiest
way to proceed. I plan to do more and more on Linux as I my skills get