(EDIT: As some of you have made me know, this is not a pertinent question for this forum. Therefore, I'll delete it in the next hour.) I have a computer with 64GB memory and OS(C:)952 GB (Total) and I want to install Linux (dual boot) in order to perform my RNA-seq bioinformatics. How much do you recommend to shrinkage my C: unit for to have a pre-alignment well performance and a decent windows system that still allows me common computer functions (R-studio analysis, text writing, editing etc)? Thanks in advance
Question: (Closed) Windows/Linux computer partitioning for RNAseq
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