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Dual booting or dual-booting is the act of installing multiple operating systems on a computer, and being able to choose which one to boot when switching on the computer power. The program which makes dual booting possible is called a boot loader.
Dual booting is found in many situations, such as those where different software is available on different operating systems but cannot be run on a single system. A dual boot configuration will allow a user to use all of this different software on one computer.
Another reason for setting up a dual boot system can be that one wants to learn about or test a new operating system without switching completely. Dual booting allows one to get to know the new system, configure all applications needed and migrate data before making the final step and removing the old operating system. For example, new Linux users migrating from the Microsoft Windows platform will usually dual boot, allowing them to try the new OS without losing the functionality and preferences of their existing setup. This is accomplished by using a boot loader that can boot more than one operating system, such as NTLDR, LILO, or GRUB.
Dual booting can also aid software developers where multiple operating systems are required for development or testing purposes. Having these systems on one machine can greatly reduce hardware costs. (However hardware costs are counterbalanced by system management costs, and the costs of the unavailability of the software that cannot be run at any given moment. Another solution to these problems is to use a piece of virtual machine software to emulate another computer from within the operating system of choice.)
Compatibility issues may arise with different operating systems sharing the same hard disk—one operating system may not be able to recognize the other's file system and thus may try to format it to its native file system, erasing existing data. This can be overcome by using multiple disks or by partitioning an existing disk to allow multiple file systems.
also dose any1 sugest dual booting or just geting a new hard drive and putting another OS on there?
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