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| November 25, 2015



In which of these cases would best describe a multiboot installation of Windows?

A) Your computer has multiple storage drives installed

B) You need to install Windows from both a DVD-ROM drive and a USB

C) Your computer will use more than one operating system

D) Your Windows desktop will use two or more monitors

E) Your Windows installation will support multiple CPU cores

F) I really only need two boots


The answers: C) Your computer will use more than one operating system

A multiboot or dual-boot installation will allow you to install multiple operating systems onto your computer. During the startup process, you’re prompted to select which operating system to use.

Want to know more? Watch “Planning a Windows Installation.”

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