I’ve always been a huge fan of Linux distributions and one in particular has been Ubuntu. In my opinion it’s one of the fastest and easiest of all distros to install and run. There are tons of features, reliable kernel, lightweight look, and much more that I’m sure you can benefit from as well. Recently I was searching on the web for a way to install Ubuntu inside a Windows 7 Desktop environment. Typically and in most cases you have to partition your current hard drive to create additional space for an additional operating system although the process that I’m about to show you below offers an alternative solution. If you’ve been curious to know how you can run Ubuntu simultaneously with Windows 7 on your desktop then hopefully the tutorial below will offer the right solution for you.