I have Windows 10 installed and I want to install Manjaro Linux and use dual boot while keeping my Windows untouched.
Where is the safest location for assigning /boot mount point?
I am following this tutorial, however I am confused about one section. I do not understand why they choose to define a /boot/efi point inside the already-existing FAT32 Windows boot partition (first one in the partition table).
Does the above practice make any sense?
Is it safe to define a new /boot/efi point on the already-existing Windows-created boot point? Will this not tamper with Windows booting process?
Why not simply create a whole new partition for