This is a basic question. I have found a lot of material on SSD's and dual-booting, but they are about set-ups that are much more nuanced than what I'm interested in. My question is simply this: if I buy a new computer that has an SSD, does it introduce any problems for dual-booting compared to a traditional hard-drive?
I've seen stuff on HDD+SSD, which I assume relates to using one drive to hold boot files and the OS, and the other to hold data. That sounds too complicated and I don't want to do that.
I want to run Windows and Ubuntu on the same machine. I read that SSD's provide massive performance gains, so I'd like to purchase a laptop with an SSD.