Reading the Partitioning/Home/Moving guide (about to move my
/home to a different partition), I came across this notice:
If you're moving from Windows and your new home partition is going to be an old
D:disk) while you convert the
C:disk to a journaling partition where you install Linux, this won't work, there will be a huge load on the processor. You should convert the two partitions to
EXT4or keep both partitions as
NTFS(I haven't checked this last option). But working with two different filesystems on the same drive simultaneously doesn't seem to be a good option.
Is this true? I mean, I know a lot of people (myself included) dual boot some sort of Windows on one hard drive (which will mean at least one partition will be NTFS).