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I want to use Ubuntu on my external hard drive by shrinking into a partition. I use both SSD and external hard drive on my PC and both are installed Windows 10. My external hard drive has 931 GB available capacity and I shrink its volume as 150 GB unallocated and 781 GB NTFS formatted partitions. Does that mean this unallocated part also have NTFS format or not?
Also, When I configure boot options from BIOS. I see a Partition 1 when I use my Ubuntu installed USB stick. If I choose Partition 1, would it also install Ubuntu on my 781 GB NTFS formatted partition? To make it clear I am sharing my disk management page for my PC.
Any help would be appreciated.