I'm trying to dual boot Ubuntu 14.04 onto my desktop that's currently running Win10. I've only dual booted on machines with a singular HDD years ago, but now I have a small SSD (for my Win10 OS and key programs) and a 1TB HDD (for all my data). The desktop also has 16GB of RAM.
So few questions on doing this:
I've partitioned the last ~100GB on my HDD for Ubuntu. I'm going to use a shared partition for documents and such, so how much space should I give to root, home, and swap (and any other extra partitions)?
Where should I put the bootloader? Should that go on /dev/sda (SSD) or /dev/sdb (HDD)?
What happens if I ever want to clear Ubuntu from the drive or move it to a possible third hard drive?