I do not recommend dual booting under any circumstance. Microsoft will wipe
your bootloader. If you must use Windows, you should probably use Windows
for the one or two tasks that are forced on you and your free software device
for everything else, especially communications.
On Tuesday 17 March 2015, Adam Bolte wrote:
Not a bad idea. But businesses would never go for it, and most
individuals wouldn't want to purchase and lug around two laptops or
switch between two desktops.
Probably two separate HDDs would suffice, with the free software one
fully encrypted and using a free software bootloader,