Dual Boot Windows 7 with XP or Vista


Have you ever used Dual Operating Systems on your computer? It simply means that there are two operating systems installed in your computer and you can choose any one of them to operate on at a time. People have used Windows XP and Windows ME, Windows Server 2000 and Windows 98 SE together. Many advanced programmers use Windows OS with Linux/Unix as well.

It gives a comfort on which level you wish to perform you task. If you have Windows 2000 with Win 98, and you only wish to get a print-out of one of your office documents, using Win-98 would be easy instead of loading heavy Windows 2000 Server.

Anyways, here is one more benefit of using Dual Operating Systems. Since Windows 7 is publicly released now, you can Dual Boot Windows 7 with XP/Vista in order to check it's features, it's comfort level as well as it's overall performance. So that anytime you require you can switch back to your primary Operating System.

I came across with a very good tutorial at TechSpot. Which shows you how to just do it in 3 easy steps. Click a link below to viiew step by step instructions.

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