Dual boot system and partitions: does this setup make sense?
I'm getting my wife a new laptop for Christmas. For reasons best left unexplained (because they don't make all that much sense to me either) she doesn't want a Windows 10-only computer, so I'm thinking of installing both W7 and W10 on it. Under these circumstances, does it make sense to create three partitions, one for W7 and programs, one for W10 and programs, and one for data/documents that can easily be accessed from either OS? Or am I overthinking things and two partitions are perfectly fine, as long as both OSes point to the same libraries?
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