Boot from VHD in Win7
About This Video
Windows 7 has a new feature that makes it easier than ever to set up multi-boot scenarios on a single machine.
Boot from VHD allows you to mount a vhd as a bootable drive and, as the name implies, boot from it. It's a great scenario for creating multiple OS installations without having to create multiple OS partitions on your hard drive.
I recently sat down with Jeremy Chapman, who took time to explain and demo this feature and some of the other new drive partition features of Windows 7.
Published Date: February 20, 2009
Tags: TechNet Edge , Windows 7 , Top 10 , Virtual Hard Disk , Videos , English , Adam Bomb , Zune , iPod