Not sure if I'm doing this correctly, if not, please redirect me to where I should post the question.
So here is the situation: I have HDD driver and Linux (Ubuntu specifically) installed on it. I want to add Windows as OS, but I don't want to get rid of Linux. My laptop still has a space for an internal SSD. I plan to run pretty heavy programs on Windows, like Solidworks, AutoCAD, Visual Studio, etc...
Essentially I want to add a SSD into my laptop, install Windows 10 on it and set up a dual booting, where each OS has its own diver. I would like to know whether it's doable (considering that Linux is already installed and usually dual booting with Windows and Linux when Linux is the first one installed is an absolute pain), and considering the types of programs I plan to run on Windows (and thus on added SSD) whether it's a smart choice at all.