I have Windows 95 on a PC with (now) loads of free hard drive space. Can I install Windows 98 without it overwriting the 95, in effect a dual boot?
You will need to use a boot manager and a seperate partition on your hard drive or a seperate hard drive. In other words, it cannot co-exist on the same drive.
I have a bank manager. (A little Sunday humour there). Do you mean it cannot co-exist on the same hard drive partition? That would be OK, I can fdisk with the best.
Any recomendations for a boot manager? I've just downloaded Smart Boot Manager 'cus it's free, but will it be up to the job?
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