I have Ubuntu 16.04 installed and running fine. It boots from an SSD and has a larger HD for storage.
I would like to install Windows 10 for gaming and have bought an SSD specifically for Windows.
Normally you would go the other way around, Windows first and then Ubuntu, but I don't really want to reinstall Ubuntu.
Is disconnecting the two "Linux" hard drives and only connecting the new SSD for Windows, while installing Windows the way to go? Afterwards I would connect all three HDs and set the Ubuntu SSD as the boot drive.
I don't mind having to go into the BIOS when I need to boot in Windows, if necessary.
TLDR: Ubuntu installed on SSD, want Windows 10 installed on second SSD. Disconnect Ubuntu SSD, install Windows 10, reconnect Ubuntu SSD, boot from desired SSD. Feasible?