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sorry I haven't got enough reputation to comment but by using solsTice advice I managed to get a similar problem working on Ubuntu Gnome 15.04, so thanks, here is what I did: Access the config setting via firefox : type about:config in the address bar, some window will come up about security hit ok I understand. -Next you need to search for ...
The problem to answer is that who knows the criterion of "being better"? If you install Ubuntu in as a virtual machine, it will not use all capabilities of your computer and will work sufficiently slower. But the installation may be easier and you wont't need to worry about drivers in some cases. I vote to close as opinion based.
A VM is easer to play around with and can be quicker to set up because you do not need to find all divers and if you make any mistakes, and everyone does, it is a lot easer to clean-up after. There are benefits to Dual Booting however, with the big one, for me at least, is that you have access to all the RAM of your computer. As Pilot6 has said it does run ...
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