Hi all,

I'm new on this forum, and working with Kali Linux since a few months on my old 32bit laptop. I enjoy working with Kali and now i want to install Kali 1.1.0 64bit on mine new laptop.

It's a Acer Aspire V17:
- 16GB RAM
- NVIDEA GeForce GTX 860M
- i7 4720HQ CPU @ 2.6GHz (4 hyper threading core's)
- 1 TB regular disk drive (NTFS disk D: for data)
- 128GB kingston SSD (NTFS disk C: for Kali and Windows)

SSD Disk C: is splitted into: Recovery partition (600MB) , EFI system partition (100MB), and a boot- page file- crash dump- primary partition (118Gb 65% free space).

Now i'm not sure i can just install Kali Linux beside windows on the primary partition or do i need to take more actions. The problem with SSD is that it can't be used like a normal disk drive because of Read Modify Write problems (it's limited, so it can damge the disk after a lot of write actions). And can problems occur if windows and kali both sharing data disk D? What's the best way to install Kali on this system??