Dual boot/reformatting problem
Hello all. First of all, please excuse me, I'm just starting to learn Linux and am not very computer savvy. I'm trying to install a dual boot (Ubuntu/Vista) on my computer and I would like to be able to share files among the two OS's. I'm told Linux doesn't do so well with NTFS so I need to reformat the Windows partition to FAT32. However, I read somewhere that Windows won't allow a FAT32 partition bigger than 32GB. I would like my Windows partition to be bigger than that so what are my options? Is it possible to have part of the Windows partition FAT32 and part NTFS? And secondly how does one even change the Windows partition to FAT32? Thanks.