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How to Install Ubuntu 10.04 with Wubi — Windows Ubuntu Installer

How to Install Ubuntu 10.04 with Wubi â Windows Ubuntu Installer

Ubuntu is a popular Linux distribution that offers a user-friendly interface, a large community of support, and a rich variety of software packages. If you want to try Ubuntu without affecting your Windows installation, you can use Wubi â Windows Ubuntu Installer. Wubi is an official Ubuntu tool that allows you to install and uninstall Ubuntu from within Windows, without any risk of data loss or disk partitioning.

Wubi — Windows Ubuntu Installer 10.04


In this article, we will show you how to install Ubuntu 10.04 with Wubi in a few simple steps.

Step 1: Download Wubi

First, you need to download Wubi from the Ubuntu Windows Installer Download page. This will download the latest version by default. You can also download other versions of Ubuntu if you prefer.

Step 2: Install Ubuntu

Next, you need to place your downloaded ISO file in the same directory as the Wubi executable, and run the installer. You will see a window like this:

Here, you can select the drive, size, desktop environment, language, username, and password for your Ubuntu installation. You can also choose to install Kubuntu, Xubuntu, or other official derivatives of Ubuntu from the drop-down list.

Once you have made your choices, click on Install. The Ubuntu Setup progress window will appear and start downloading and installing Ubuntu on your Windows drive.

When Ubuntu has finished installing, you will see a window like this:

Select Reboot now and click Finish. Your computer will restart and you will see the Windows Boot Manager screen. Use your keyboardâs arrow keys to select Ubuntu and press Enter.

Ubuntu will load and check the installation. You will then be greeted by the Ubuntu login screen. Enter your username and password and enjoy your new Ubuntu system!

Step 3: Uninstall Ubuntu

If you want to uninstall Ubuntu from your Windows system, you can do so easily using the standard Add or Remove Programs/Uninstall a program option in Windows.

For Windows XP, go to Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs. Select Ubuntu and click Remove. Follow the instructions on the Wubi Uninstall window.

For Windows Vista or Windows 7, go to Start > Control Panel > Programs > Uninstall a program. Select Ubuntu and click Uninstall/Change. Follow the instructions on the Wubi Uninstall window.


Wubi is a convenient way to install and try Ubuntu without affecting your Windows system. It lets you experience the benefits of Linux without any hassle or risk. However, it may have some limitations in terms of performance and compatibility compared to a full installation of Ubuntu on a separate partition or disk. If you want to switch to Ubuntu permanently or dual-boot with Windows, you may want to consider other installation methods. 0efd9a6b88

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