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comment Installing Ubuntu on a Pre-Installed Windows with UEFI
Thank you @SteveD, let me update the answer to add the information needed for your question but overall it is a NO. There is basically no need for anything after 15.04 ^^.
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comment Installing Ubuntu on a Pre-Installed Windows with UEFI
@CarlH Thank you friend, yes I forgot to add a note there. I had previously added a set of tests I did including Lenovo with 15.04 and on all cases it was detected correctly, installed alongside without any problems and I feel starting with 15.04 the whole UEFI booting issues + the fact that there is a strong momentum in favor of UEFI changes in pro of Linux, we will have issues like this eliminated for good.
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comment How to change language of a specific Application?
Excellent work Gunnar. +1 friend.
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comment Minor problems with using an ASUS Z97-A Motherboard
That's up to anyone to decide if they want to tune it or not. From experience of 15+ years of this I would never recommend tuning if the user wants to make the investment over this hardware last more (Which is the very first think anyone doing overclocking gets to know). My recommendation stands for motherboards that offer overclocking or not. I care not for overclocking. I care for making the cost of the motherboard last longer (Which is my personal opinion as it is this answer). If however, the user wishes to overclock, at least he has an idea of the benefits and costs of doing so.
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comment Installing Ubuntu on a Pre-Installed Windows with UEFI
@Pacerier Hi friend, I updated the wording there to not confuse other users as you pointed out so well and also did an update related to 15.04. Thank you very much.