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  1. Stephanie's Avatar
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    Dual Boot Win7 & Win10


    I used the ISO (64bit) burnt to DVD, changed boot order to install and installed to a new 250GB HDD, setup was about 15 mins and the dual boot works great, Windows 10 installed fine and Windows 7 has not been affected and runs as normal
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  2. BunnyJ's Avatar
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    Great to here Steph!!
    Jeff :)
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  3. Stephanie's Avatar
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    Thanks Jeff, Im impressed with Win 10 .. up to now
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  4. BunnyJ's Avatar
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    Stephanie said:
    Thanks Jeff, Im impressed with Win 10 .. up to now
    I agree.. It's just nice and it just works!
    Jeff
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  5. Pendaws's Avatar
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    I just got mine today and will be setting it up tomorrow but on a NEW Drive. :)
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  6. Indianatone's Avatar
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    I am going to do what you have done Stephanie. I have installed it 4 times so far. 3 times on Virtual machines. One 32,64 and a 64 bit Enterprise with Windows to Go. The first install I upgraded Windows 7 Ultimate and it went without a hitch on a real, older PC. I have a spare 149gb partition on this machine and with so few issues I am confident this will work as a main OS just fine. I can honestly remember M$ releasing buggy software than this in the past as retail.
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  7. Joan Archer's Avatar
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    What VM do most of you use, I'd have to install to a VM on this Notebook as I can't make another partition. Plus I'd like to give Macrium a try, is the free version Macrium Reflect ?
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  8. BunnyJ's Avatar
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    Joan Archer said:
    What VM do most of you use, I'd have to install to a VM on this Notebook as I can't make another partition. Plus I'd like to give Macrium a try, is the free version Macrium Reflect ?
    I got Win10 to work just fine in VmWare. There is a free version for non commercial use.
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  9. Joan Archer's Avatar
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    Thanks Jeff, this would be something I'd be doing over the weekend so just need to gather everything I need beforehand. :)
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  10. Boozad's Avatar
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    Joan the link below will take you to the VMWare downloads page, VMWare Player is the very bottom product.

    Link.

    This one is for MalwareBytes.

    Link.

    Note   Note
    Make sure you uncheck the 'Enable Free Trial' box when installing MalwareBytes.


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