The minimal install option is available through the setup process, and it allows you to proceed with an installation that only includes the most necessary elements, including the desktop environment, core system tools, and web browser, reducing the installation footprint, removing clutter, and making the system a little lighter. In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to perform a minimal install of Ubuntu 19.10 (or a later release) on your device.

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How to clean install Ubuntu using minimal option

To perform a minimal install of Ubuntu, use these steps: Once you complete the steps, the setup will proceed with clean installation of Ubuntu adding only the minimal set of utilities you need to operate the distro. Ubuntu install option Ubuntu keyboard layout option Ubuntu minimal installation option Ubuntu erase disk and install option Confirm drive erase Select installation timezone Ubuntu create user account option

How to create an Ubuntu bootable media

If you don’t have an USB bootable media, then you’ll also need to download the ISO file containing the latest version of Ubuntu.  On Windows 10, the easiest way to create a USB bootable drive with the Ubuntu files that will boot on BIOS or UEFI is using the Rufus tool. To use Rufus to create an Ubuntu 19.04 install media, use these steps: After completing the steps, you can proceed with the steps below to create a dual-boot system with Ubuntu and Windows 10. Rufus create Ubuntu USB media Rufus syslinux component download Rufus write ISO image mode We’re focusing this guide on Ubuntu 19.10, but you can refer these instructions if you’re installing Ubuntu 18.04 or later releases. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.