I have used a few distributions, and Antergos is by far my favorite. Antergos has also allowed me to royally botch dual-boot setups. I’ve never had this problem before, and upon looking at the answers to do it correctly it made me think that there appears to be an answer already out there, but it’s not being used by the Cnchi installer. I don’t know who’s on the developing teams for something like this, but my suggestion is this:
Please include a way to make changes to the hard drive like Ubuntu, Manjaro and Linux Mint (I know; Ubuntu derivative) where instead of just seeing a list of drives for special setups, you get a chance to install alongside another OS?
Also, it would be nice to have the way Manjaro allows you to work with partitions in the installer. I really like that! Better than Ubuntu’s. For people who are new to Arch/Antergos and LInux in general, this is not an easy step. Ubuntu makes it easier, but you can still foul it up if you’re not careful. I know that Manjaro is a kind of rival outfit, but someone did something right. And, in the “For-What-It’s-Worth” category, I’d love to see that type of partition setup used in all distros.
Like John Lennon sang, “You can call me a dreamer…” but I doubt I’m the only one.
Thanks for the opportunity to make a suggestion.