I will be installing Windows 10 and Linux (dual-boot) on a new computer in a couple of days. I would like to use GPT instead of MBR for the partition table.
As I understand it (and have done in the past), it is much easier to install Windows first (and let it try to dominate the machine 😊) followed by the Linux install with grub allowing the dual boot.
Can I use the live USB stick with Linux to run
gparted and create the GPT partition table, then boot Windows from its USB installer? Will Windows "respect" the partition table that I have created?