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A question about partitions

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#1 marliaths


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Posted 11 December 2010 - 01:53 AM

Can I have two partitions that both boot into Windows 7 but different instances of it? I want them both on Windows 7 but I want their files separate. The second part to my question is whether this is safer than having one partitions with different user accounts? I want to have one partition (partition A) that is all good, just web browsing and normal stuff. On the other partition (partition B) I plan to play games and use P2P programs with some cracks. Would this be somewhat of a deterrent to viruses that manage to get into partition B from getting into partition A?

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