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On Wed, 7 Dec 2016, Cley Faye wrote:

2016-12-07 9:10 GMT+01:00 Mike Scott <v.lo@scottsonline.org.uk>:

A windows licence might be tied to hardware, for example. So if I need
occasional windows use (eg to update my satnav - grrrr!) but otherwise use
linux, dual-boot is a necessity. Such a licence probably wouldn't work in a
virtual machine.


‚ÄčThere's always this possibility:
https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/tools/vms/

also this which I am about to try:
<http://lifehacker.com/how-to-dual-boot-and-virtualize-the-same-partition-on-y-493223329>

"Once you're finished, you'll be able to reboot into your secondary OS and run it natively, or run it in your favorite virtualization program without having to reboot. You'll get the best of both worlds and you'll never have to decide between the two again."

f.

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