+ 0 Votes Ubuntu and Xandros does this for you. Peconet Tietokoneet-217038187993258194678069903632 5 years ago Ubuntu: http://www.ubuntu.com/ Xandros: http://www.xandros.com/products.html Though Xandros has to be paid for. When you load on Linux go for the "custom" install, in there you can select where you want Linux to be I:E, on the free space as your Windows, or on another drive, if you select to have it on the free space of your Windows hard drive then Linux will shrink the space on the drive to use, when finished it will/should give you a boot option menu when you re-start your computer. Hope this helps you. Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.