So how many of you out there want to test Windows 7 but don’t have an extra machine to do it on? Well, here’s a solution for you from TechNet Magazine. Create a dual boot system so you can keep your current machine and have the option to boot into Windows 7 when you want instead. You do this through the Disk Management section of the Computer Management console on your Windows Vista machine.
For the steps on how to do it, check out the write-up in TechNet Magazine online.
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Dual booting Windows 7 with XP remains a PITA because the Windows storage team still refuses to fix both the OSes to not erase each other's volumes shadow copies.