Dual boot from two separate physical storage devices [migrated]

I have a new laptop that has a 256GB NVMe SSD drive with Windows 10 currently installed. The laptop has 2 NVMe SSD slots, so I plan to move the 256GB SSD to the second slot, and insert a new 1TB SSD drive into the first slot.

Summary:

  • Slot 1: 1TB SSD with Linux
  • Slot 2: 256GB SSD with Windows

I plan to dual boot. Is there anything special I need to be aware of in order to make this possible? Can I simply move the first SSD into the second slot, install Linux on the new 1TB SSD, configure the Grub2 boot loader and go? Is there anything I’m missing?

As I type this out I’m feeling like it’s a dumb question. I’ve done plenty of dual-booting in the past but I believe it was on separate partitions and not often on separate drives — or at least it’s been a while since I’ve done this. 😀

Cannot boot to windows 10 m2 after installing linux on separate ssd

My windows 10 is installed on m2 ssd (UEFI). Today i have installed ubuntu on separate sata ssd (UEFI). Now i cannot boot windows 10 from boot options list. If i choose m2 from list there is a message Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key Is there a way to boot windows 10? Thanks!

Can you get separate workspaces in separate screens?

I am running ubuntu 19.04 with 2 monitors. Right now, my options to switch workspaces are to either switch workspaces in the primary display while the other one doesn’t change, or switch both of them at once.

I would love to have the option to also switch workspaces in the secondary while keeping primary static, or change each of them to arbitrary spaces and get any configuration.

Is there any way to get gnome to do this? Is there any other desktop environment with a feature like the one I described?

Separate Partition for Windows 10

For my university, we are required to have a separate partition for ubuntu but I am unsure how to create a separate partition. I have looked around online but there is no clear explanation on how to do a partition in my case. In disk management i see a partition for unbuntu but it has a capacity of 1.94 gb. Should I shrink the C: drive to increase the partition size of ubuntu or should i do something else as this is my first time installing linux along side Windows 10. enter image description here. I am also using Windows 10 as my current OS, have a single 512 gb ssd and downloaded ubuntu-18.04.3-desktop-amd64 . enter image description here

Page jumps and separate pages in primary navigation

We’re working on a website and I was wondering what the best practice for this scenario is. We are designing a website for our company and we aren’t too sure if it’s good practice to link to separate pages as well as linking to page jumps in the same menu.

I have a feeling that it will more than likely confuse the user that they might be going to a different page or to certain points on the same page. Has anyone else had any experience doing this?

How to separate fields from methods in logical manner?

In my application I have entities like employee, client etc. Each of these have methods AddEmployee, RemoveEmployee, AddClient, RemoveClient. I don’t want to keep fields like EmployeeName, EmployeeAddress in the same class with AddClient. It doesn’t make sense to me to call something like this Client.AddClient(). What is the best way to organize this?

Separate sites for USA & Canada or one combined site

I have a manufacturing business and produce product that we sell in both USA and Canada. We have one location in Canada and one location in USA and both have GMB pages for them.

For the past 3 years I have had 2 websites with the purpose of thinking .com is needed to rank in USA and .ca is best for ranking in Canada. As well my prices are different for the 2 countries and I want to be sure people are looking at the correct product/pricing for their country.
My rankings for .ca are very…

Separate sites for USA & Canada or one combined site

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