What happens to dual boot systems after June 2018?

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  • Forrest Smith

    Hi!

    Right now we simply expect to stop testing dualboot machines for updates. That means that when that change occurs you will not just have to worry about Windows updates breaking CloudReady (which is already possible and happening) but ALSO the possibility that CloudReady updates could break Windows (which is currently something we would check and avoid ).

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  • Liohn Sherer

    Oh snap.

    That would be bad.

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  • Joseph Honnoll

    I'd say when Windows comes along to the Creators Fall Update it'll break CR's Dual as the update changes many things and creates a back-up As well

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  • Peter R Humphreys

    I never do updates on Windows. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it", consequently I never have problems with Windows 10. So if Cloudready leaves Windows alone all should be sweet.

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  • Peter R Humphreys

    I never do updates on Windows. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it", consequently I never have problems with Windows 10. So if Cloudready leaves Windows alone all should be sweet.

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  • Joseph Honnoll

    Windows updates itself now so but I see what you're saying. On Windows 7 I just update to SP1 and that's it. If you're meaning to make a small partition it ain't possible.  To install CR as standalone you'll need a second drive and disconnect the other drives as right now there's no option to select which partitions or drive to install CR into 

     

    Wishing the option would be Added 

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