Is there an easier way to boot between Windows and Linux?
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Originally posted by Kevin_D This is one of the main reasons I still use seperate boxes, well that and gaming.
Exactly, I run a KVM switch and my linux box is always on (but not online all the time) and I turn on my XP box when I want to play games. Its more expensive but much more convienient and easy to setup and allows more flexibility with the two systems because you can setup linux for a desktop system and setup the windows box strictly for games and do away with all the garbage that slows it down.
Originally posted by BajaNick Exactly, I run a KVM switch and my linux box is always on (but not online all the time) and I turn on my XP box when I want to play games. Its more expensive but much more convienient and easy to setup and allows more flexibility with the two systems because you can setup linux for a desktop system and setup the windows box strictly for games and do away with all the garbage that slows it down.
I've heard that linux doesn't play nicely with KVM switches. I don't see how but I've heard that from a few different people. Ever had any issues?