I've set up a Linux server that I spent a lot of time on. Now that said Linux server will be used less frequently, I'd like to partition the hard drive, so that I may install Windows Server on it, for a dual boot setup.
The hard drive does have some things on it, but it's a 500GB model, with about 400GB remaining.
In Windows, this is possible - I can, using Disk Management, shrink an oversized HDD, even the Windows drive itself (though it will have shrinking limits, naturally), and create a new partition, which I install another OS on (during boot).
One hard drive, two Operating systems.
I'm wondering if this is possible with Fedora.
I basically want to do the same thing - split the hard drive into two 250GB sized partitions, one with Fedora and everything I set up on it, and the other, empty. Then I am to install Windows on the latter, and supposedly be able to choose what OS to use on boot-up.
How do I do this? I'm not a Linux pro, so I'd prefer using a GUI, but I'm no stranger to using the CLI - though errors stump me.