The problem: I need to use some windows/mac software for work but I want to keep doing my daily work on Linux
I figured I could use the computer provided to me (that is currently running Linux but on another partition runs windows) to connect to a vps with a Desktop enviroment.
I could then use the vps to do my daily work while using the windows partition to run the
Linux is often considered as a geeky OS when compared to Windows and Mac OS X, however, over the past few years it has become much more easier to use and almost emulates a desktop environment which is similar to Windows and Mac.There are several popular Linux Distros like Ubuntu, Fedora, JoliCloud, Linux Mint and more which are now widely used by people.
So here's the story. Please excuse any incorrect terminology, I'm not really knowledgeable in the Windows server realm.
My company, pre-me-being-employed-by-them, has a "server" built out of consumer desktop parts, running Windows Server 2003. It's the domain controller, i.e. each Windows PC (we have ~20) logs in through centrally-controlled usernames and passwords.
By default I have Windows-8 installed on my machine, and I have installed Linux Ubuntu alongside Windows-8, Now on every start of a machine a grub menu appears where I can choose which OS to open (Windows-8/Linux-Ubuntu).
Now I want to install Linux-Kali on my machine alongside Windows-8 and Linux-Ubuntu.
Without touching Windows-8 and Linux-Ubuntu I want to install Linux-Kali, Because I have alr