I love the performance gains I get by using bootable VHDs. I’ve always enjoyed using VHDs but I generally had a host OS first, then installed a bunch of VHDs that I made bootable. Recently I’ve changed all of this on my laptop after a coworker took the time to show me a way with more flexibility (thanks Paul Stubbs!). The idea is simple: take a clean drive with no host OS and add or remove bootable VHDs as needed. These steps describe steps that enable a few scenarios for me that allow me to: Install a fresh OS to a new bootable VHD with no host OS on the computer already Copy existing VHDs to...
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