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    Old Version of Windows

    With XP no longer supported should I remove the "Old version of Windows" that is dual booted on my Windows 7 machine and if so how is the best way to remove it?

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    Only you can answer whether you should remove XP. If you have programs that you need that only run in XP then NO. Just have a multi-layered defense system and limit contact with the outside world while running XP.

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    If you still occasionally use XP I would make a few edits on the network card to prevent internet access but allow network access if you use it on a network. It's quite simple if you're interested. I've done that to 2 XP VMs.
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    I really don't need XP it was just there after I installed Windows 7

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    Thank You, thats the info I needed

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