How do I partition Ubuntu? In the hard disk partition table menu, select the hard drive free space and hit on + button in order to create the Ubuntu partition. In the partition pop-up window, add the size of the partition in MB, choose the partition type as Primary, and the partition location at the beginning of this space.
What is the best partition for Ubuntu? Ubuntu recommends at least 15GB for the system partition. However, if you want to play games and install many programs, I recommend 50GB or even 100GB. It depends on the size of your hard drive and your needs.
Can we partition in Ubuntu? Using a separate home partition allows you to reinstall Ubuntu without losing your personal files and settings. While a separate home partition is normally chosen during installation, you can also migrate to a separate home partition after installing Ubuntu – this takes a bit of work, though.
How much should I partition for Ubuntu? It depends on what you plan on doing with this, But I have found that you will need at least 10GB for a basic Ubuntu install + a few user installed programs. I recommend 16GB at a minimum to provide some room to grow when you add a few programs and packages. Anything larger than 25GB is likely too large.