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Please give me the link to the Windows installer of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS for Windows 7 64 bit.

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If you're talking about Wubi, then you should know it is not included on Ubuntu DVD anymore. –  Cornelius Jun 13 at 19:24
    
@Cornelius thankx bro...i ve got that..... –  user293322 Jun 13 at 19:43
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It also doesn't really work with uefi, so I would never suggest using it anymore. –  Mateo Jun 14 at 13:41
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Windows installer of Ubuntu, called Wubi, is no longer developed nor included in the Ubuntu disk. You can install Ubuntu in a normal way, which is as easy as Wubi and far less trouble prone.

There is really nothing to worry about, just follow the Ubuntu installation help and everything will be OK.

If you really want to have Ubuntu inside Windows then I would recommend using virtual machine to do so. VirtualBox is a good choice: it is free and easy to use.

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will you please give me the step wise procedure for installation in my windows 7(64-Bit)?? –  user293322 Jun 13 at 19:34
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@user293322 no, unfortunately I have never installed Ubuntu inside Windows and I don't know how to do it. I recommend to perform normal install on the separate dedicated partition, I updated my answer with a link to user-friendly help. –  Mikołaj Bartnicki Jun 13 at 19:39
    
thankx dear.. for your help –  user293322 Jun 13 at 19:41
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I have to correct Mikołaj Bartnicki as in a post from Rinzwind from 18th April is stated that the WUBI installer is on the 14.04 ISO and works with windows up to 7. Windows 8 and Windows ME are not supported by WUBI. The only ISO that does not have WUBI is the 13.04 version (and that is end of life already)

However, yes, there is a windows installer, but ubuntu don't want you to use it because it can cause problems (That is why ubuntu has made it harder to find wubi).

Try instead to burn a dvd or create a bootable usb stick, and boot it from there. These methods are also very easy.

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You could try "MobaLiveCD". Its not exactly the same as WUBI, but similar. Details are on their website: http://mobalivecd-en.mobatek.net/en/

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