What is easiest way to partition / multi-boot

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Simon Garrett Veteran Member • Posts: 7,315
Another approach...
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If you mostly run W10, and just run XP for legacy purposes, and linux for learning, then another approach is to use Virtual Machines such as VirtualBox.  This has the advantage that W10 is always running, and you can have windows open with multiple other operating systems running at the same time.

I have different VMs for W7 and XP for occasional legacy purposes, Ubuntu (linux) for developing Wordpress websites, W11 for evaluation...

Here for example, I have W11 in one window, Ubuntu in another, both running under W10:

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