More at http://www.techrepublic.com/article/the-blame-game-lenovo-locked-linux-out-of-certain-microsofts-signature-hardware/
There are some machines that beyond the issues of partitions I noted, are going to be rather horrible to get Linux installed on.
I want to dual boot Windows 10 and a version of Linux (most likely Ubuntu).
Ideally, I would have 3 hard disk partitions
1. Windows 10
3. Data Storage
First off, is this a good or bad idea?
How large should I make the Win10/Linux partitions?
Lastly, how can I make it so that both OSs can read/write to the data storage partition?