ergophobe - 11:02 pm on Mar 4, 2010 (gmt 0)
Thanks Mack. I once went to Linux, but then found there were certain tasks I simply couldn't do (primarily collaborating with colleagues who were on Windows-only software).
I dual-booted for a while, but it was a hassle and I never really booted into Linux after Windows 2000 gave me enough stability to get over the feeling of wanting to hurl the computer through the... uh... window.
Anyway, back in the day, it was a bit of a hassle to set up a dual-boot system. Grabbing the boot sector, installing a boot manager, etc.
You make it sound pretty push-button simple. Yes?
Also, have you explored virtualization options so you wouldn't have to reboot just to change OSes? That seems way more convenient.