I have recently decided that I would like to switch to Ubuntu from Windows 10. I only have a few questions to ask and they are very important in deciding if I will switch or not. I also feel like I should mention this is being done on a 4-5 year old gaming laptop.
Hardware: So I want to completely switch to Linux, no duel boot. The only thing I am afraid of is if I will be able to use my current hardware. Here is what I currently have to give you an idea. -Intel i7-7700HQ 2.80Ghz -Geforce GTX 1050 2gb (not the Ti, and I don't know if I have the 3 GB one but they are so rare I doubt I do, but please let me know if it matters on Linux) -12Gb of ram -A 128gb SSD and a 900gb HDD. That's what I think is most important.. also someone once said that Bluetooth and WiFi drivers might not work so I'm curious if that was true or not. I don't know what they are though.
Storage: As I mentioned above, I have two drives on my laptop. A C: and a D:. I heard that it doesn't use two drives like that but instead just creates a "file" system. I'm afraid that I will switch and only have 128gb of storage. I like to play a few games and have already confirmed they work on linux so I don't want to end up with no storage left for anything else. So, to summarize this question, what will happen to my two drives and, to add to that, my 12Gb of ram (because I don't ever see this much when hearing about linux).
"Can I go back?": I really see the benefits of switching to linux. And believe me, I want to. But I'm afraid I wont understand something (because I'm still learning about it) or something wont work. So, without duel booting, is it possible to go back to Windows 10? will I have to pay 120$ for an activation key?
Thanks for reading and any help you give.