I have a small cluster (10 Windows machines) in my 3-room apartment, nearly all of whom are multi-boot - even ME can be *enjoyed*. Guests and visitors are welcome to login, check email, view apps, game, watch cable, shop... whatever. I catch immeasurable *7734* from innumerable doubters for inestimable reasons, not the least of which would be EM irradiation and massive power requirements -- but I know my PC farm, and I feel obligated to give /. the low-down on the low-down:
A) They're computers, and they're connected. They've experienced issues all along, so I was actually looking forward to this so-called "fix";
2) Multi-booting exposes all kinds of issues, from small to the complete opposite of small, in which case Windo7s makes no secret it is in many ways *WVII,* a narcissistic second version of Windows: V; and
first of all, 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' does not change my need to reinstall and adapt 3-4 OSes, 32 and 64-bit configurations, drivers, applications and settings, all on 10 machines, copy and wipe mass storage drives ...yet not perceive recent developments as a problem?
"I don't care who started it. Knock it off."