Can I have two different operating systems for two different users on a single machine [closed]
My computer has two users. So can I install two different operating system for each user? Just like windows for user1 and ubuntu for user2?
Possible with GRUB http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/GRUB But only if it's not a problem if one user can boot up into the other OS. ( he couldnt do anything because he has no password. )
Yes, it's possible. If you use a encryption tool with a secure bootloader like DiskCryptor, you can even password-protect one operating system and boot into an alternate operating system if the password isn't entered.
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