I'm currently running Windows 10 on my laptop. I have two primary partitions (excluding the Recovery and EFI partitions). I have my Windows installed on one partition (C:/) and use the other partition (D:/) generally for storing data. I'm planning on installing Ubuntu 16.04 but was wondering if it would be better to create a free space in the middle of the existing partitions C:/ and D:/ or at the end? (I should also mention that I'd like to access the D:/ partition in Ubuntu, too.)
Also, would "Install alongside Windows" work just as fine for me (since I already have two NTFS partitions) or will I need to go with the "Something else" option?
Also, the installation tutorial by Ubuntu says to select MBR for UEFI in Rufus. However, my current Windows installation was done with a USB created with GPT for UEFI. So, should I still follow the tutorial and MBR or should I use GPT?
Thanks in advance.