Works for Win7 too, but if I remeber right, this neat trick works only with Ultimate and Enterprise editions.Cat & N,
Here's about Dual-boot VHD. Really cool approach!
Dual Boot Windows 8 from VHD using Windows Setup | Concurrency Blog
That might work, but for this so that I can do the screen shots for all OS installations, I would go with VM. I will have to do a little bit of research on this though, for when the Windows 8 beta is released.Naiya
Have you tried using the virtual hard drive in Windows 7 yet? I don't mean a virtual machine Ultimate and Pro let you create a folder and use it to dual boot just like another partition. I tried it for the developer preview and it worked pretty good.