Installing Linux has never been so easy for Windows users. Instlux allows Windows users to install either OpenSuse or Ubuntu. It will grab user information from the Windows installation and user it in the Linux distribution so that the conversion to Linux isn’t so cumbersome. Here is what the developers say about Instlux:
The final goal is not only to provide a way of installing Linux on a Windows system, but being a tool for a complete migration from Windows to Linux, by getting the system and user information stored on Windows, and writing default values to the Linux installation according to them, easying this way the migration.
Instlux will support other Linux distributions in the future but they seem to have picked two of the most popular for right now. They have done a nice job of lending a hand to Windows users who are migrating over to Linux by making it a little more painless.