Sorry, but i really don't know where to write this. I'll talk about a new computer, but not about hardware...
I'll buy the newest parts for a new computer at Christmas, and i'll put there three hard disks, one with 2 terabytes of space.
I know that if one hard disk is formatted in fat32, it can't read ones formatted in ntfs.
So, if i use one small hard disk with fat32, with Windows 8, to go in internet, download files etcc, even if i download a powerful virus, it shouldn't be able to damge the 2 other hard disks that are formatted in ntfs, one with XP (the bigger one), and another with ME (small, used just to solve problems).
When i'll need something from the net in the main system (XP), i'll download it from win8, scan it with Norton antivirus and save it. After i'll restart the computer with the main system (XP), and from win8 i copy the interested file.
Do you think that by this way i'll make an impenetrable machine?
Moderator Edit: Moved to this forum as a more appropriate forum for this topic.
Edited by rotor123, 17 September 2013 - 12:52 PM.