Why One Copy of one Version
of Windows is not enough...
If you want top performance from your PC then one
old clogged up overloaded Windows system is not going to give you it, however
good your hardware may be.
If you wish to try out more than 20 new applications on your PC then one Windows
is not enough.
If you spend a lot of the day in one major application then ideally that
application should have its own Windows system.
Why surf the net with your mission critical system? Surf the net with another
system and put the antivirus, anti popup, anti spyware, anti adware, anti
malware, anti zombieware and firewall programs in that system rather than
overloading your mission critical copy of Windows with all that firepower.
Windows 7 8 and 8.1 are all slower than XP unless you can take advantage of the 64 Bit DDR address space by having more than 4GB of system RAM and using it say as a Photoshop scratch disk.
This is because the code size of the latest Windows systems is 10x larger than that of XP and they have almost 10x as many files as XP.
These newer Operating Systems are essentially XP plus. In other words if XP is a plate of Spaghetti, then Win7/8/8.1 is an Italian restaurant.
Nonetheless, newer versions of Windows have better drivers and some very useful new features. So ideally one would like to have both XP and Win7 or both Win7 and Win8.1 or indeed all 3 of them in the same PC.
Furthermore Windows slowly fills up with garbage over time and eventually becomes so slow it can be almost unworkable. When that day arrives most people throw away their PC and buy a new one.
This is especially the case if you were not given a full Windows installation disk by your PC manufacturer - most manufacturers do not give these out.
However, if you install HyperOs before that day arrives, then you can just swap into one of your many Windows systems and work from that one instead.
HyperOs gives you multiple copies of each operating system and multiple operating systems. HyperOs does not dual boot Windows - You do not need to install Windows twice.
It clones your existing system and then using your existing boot drive, it redirects the boot to your chosen Windows clone (or other Operating System).
It turns your PC from a one man band into a symphony orchestra.
Why Dual Booting is now
The best way to manage several copies of Windows
on one PC is HyperOs 2014 Geek or SuperGeek. This software makes is childishly
simple to clone your original Windows system and then to run that system and its
clones one after the other. Here is a comparison between the new capabilities of
this revolutionary software, and the traditional limitations of good old multi