Hi, I'm very new to Manjaro and Linux as a whole, I've had some experience installing and using Manjaro in secondary system of mine, and now would like to try a setup in my main machine.
The problem is I would still probably need windows for a lot of my uses, probably not for working, but to do some gaming, and maybe some software not supported by linux, so I thought about virtualizing Windows-10 inside Manjaro.
I've had experience with virtualization software in this machine (windows) and it went quite well. The problem is: all my files are split between two drives, one SSD containing Windows-10, and some other core files, and a HDD containing bigger/less important files.
My questions are:
- If I do install linux (and remove windows, no dual boot) and then use some virtualization software withing manjaro, such as KVM or VirtualBox, to run Windows-10, will I be able to use all my windows files in there?
- Would I have to pass all them to a single drive, then format it with linux's file system and virtualize a drive?
- Is manjaro even well suited for this type of stuff? Would the virtual machine run appropriately?
Thank you very much in advance, and sorry for anything.