new linux user and have some questions. I currently am dual booting Ubuntu and Windows 10, and they each have their own SSD (mistakes from first 2 attempts made me get each on their own SSD). So, the Ubuntu is on a 120GB drive and I would like to install Linux Mint in its place while also making a partition to install Kali linux for college.
I just don't want to mess up the Grub boot loader and not be able to get back to windows, even though it is on a separate SSD.
Can I just shrink the Ubuntu drive, and overwrite with linux Mint with no Grub issues? And then if I install Kali on the partition I create, will that have any effect on the Grub boot loader?
I know some people had asked some similar questions, but I didn't see any that used an entirely different drive and I'm paranoid about messing things up after I had to reinstall everything twice after my first Ubuntu attempt.