Here is the answer to the question that a lot of people have asked lately, "How does one install Linux Ubuntu on Windows without causing any modifications in the original boot record of the PC?" Software wiz-kid Matt Hartley walks the viewer through a step-by-step process of installing Ubuntu on a Windows-driven computer. The secret is to download Ubuntu to a CD instead of downloading and installing it directly on the hard drive of one's PC. This also ensures that the Ubuntu is easy to delete if one wants to do so. The easiest way to download Ubuntu to a CD is by using the Wubi installer, which is freely available on the internet. Matt also issues a cautionary note: One could come face to face with serious compatibility issues if one installs a Linux program (Ubuntu) on a PC designed for Windows.