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Update or Not to Update...that is the question ( credits steve )
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Q) Should I do you update from Ubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 directly ?

Q) Should I do fresh instal of Ubuntu 18.04 / 16.04 ?
 
Q) Should I Use Dual boot along with Windows 10 ?

Q)  Should I completely Move To LINUX ?

Q) Should  I Multi Boot with ANDROID OS +  UBUNTU + WIndows 10 + 7  ?

Q) Should I Boot with CHROME Os with Dual boot ( UBUNTU ) Or  is it possible with Wndows  ?

What i have done or the things did i tried out
All according to me
1) Dual boot best option with Windows 10 + Untubu 16.04 ( currenty )
2) Multi boot with UBUTNU 16.04 + Windows 7 & 10 ( cool )
3) Multi boot Ubuntu + Android Pheonix Os + Windows 10 ( okay )
4) Done Fresh install of UBUNtU 16.04 & 18.04 ( alone )
5) Upgraded From 16.04 to 18.04 Ubuntu directly ( no problem )
6) Chrome OS + Ubuntu 16.04 ( did not enjoyed )
 Linux Laptop: Hp DV6 3028tx i5
 User --> Ubuntu Desktop 18.04, 16.04, 14.04.
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it may pay to dual_boot with win-10, at least for a while,
& until you get more used to using the Linux System.

also as well as that, it often does pay to make a Clean Installation of any Operating System,
as even though an in-place upgrade will often work ok, there is also an increased risk in something going wrong.
- - look at those Horror Stories of that Forced win-10 Upgrade. ..

maybe Not using Android, until you are more familiar with the current systems, that you are using.
- one small step, at a time, often works better.
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Q) Should I do you update from Ubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 directly ?

In general it is best to perform a clean install. However it is obviously easier to do an in place upgrade.

Q) Should I do fresh instal of Ubuntu 18.04 / 16.04 ?

IMO Yes.

Q) Should I Use Dual boot along with Windows 10 ?

It depends on many factors. In general dual, triple, etc booting is not advised on the same drive. If you have removable drives and have Linux on one and Windows on another that is a different story.

It does come down to what you need to do with Windows 10 and your system's hardware. In some cases running Windows or Linux in a VM makes more sense. However this assumes your hardware is powerful enough and you aren't playing intense games or using intensive graphic/video programs in the VM.

Q) Should I completely Move To LINUX ?

Only you can really answer this question. Does Linux do everything you need from an OS? I personally have moved 100% to Linux although for work I have a Windows VM to help troubleshoot clients that still use that OS. Still there is zero production software I need on Windows.

Q) Should I Multi Boot with ANDROID OS + UBUNTU + WIndows 10 + 7 ?

If on a single drive it is best to pick one and then use VMs for the other two. Still, obviously, you are free to do whatever you want with your system.

Q) Should I Boot with CHROME Os with Dual boot ( UBUNTU ) Or is it possible with Wndows ?

Refer to the answer above.
Jeremy (Mr. Server)

* Desktop: Ubuntu MATE
* Windows are for your walls, Apple is for your health, Linux is for your computer
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