Windows 10 Dual boot?

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    Windows 7-pro-sp1 and windows 10-pro-1803
       02 Sep 2017 #11

    Funkyecat said: View Post
    Thank you but I have legacy-Bios. It worked under Win 7 but Microsoft has placed some restrictions in Win10.
    Legacy BIOS uses MBR. New UEFI uses GUID partitioning.
    I don't know where you read so much fiction. What restrictions you speak of?
    Did you read, for example, my post #5. I said quite clearly there that you can dual boot with Linux. Just my example for you. Note that Windows does not see what's in the 3 partitions inside the extended (green). NTFS are windows partitions (M is my data drive).
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