I have an ASUS Vivobook laptop running Windows 10. It got it a couple years ago and did some upgrades. It came with a 1 TB HDD and 8 GB memory. A 500 GB m2 SSD and 8 GB more memory has been added. Windows 10 on the HDD was cloned to the SSD and is running fine. I no longer need this laptop for business but would like to keep Windows 10 for some paid software I still use occasionally. But I want to setup the laptop as a dual boot. It runs UEFI instead of legacy bios.
Should I partition the SSD and install Linux (Kubuntu 20.04) on the SSD? Or should I create a partition on the 1 TB HDD and install Linux on one of the HDD partitions? Everything else being equal I’d rather install both on the SSD and use the HDD as a data drive for both systems.