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I wonder what is the logic of so many xp installations and partitions, butI am probably too old.

I doubt you're much older than me :whistling:
Since you're pulling my leg,I could say that I don't need to account for my madness :blink:

However,I'll be nice and tell you that this machine sometimes has multiple users.
The nlite is strictly for financial transactions,minimal programs, highly secured,
and used for absolutely nothing else.It cannot be accessed from the other OSs,
except by double encrypted passwords.
I could use a USB drive for this and actually I have.
The Home version is used to test a variety of software which sometimes make their way
to the Pro version,depending on need.(Sometimes vice versa.)

The linux is for getting experience with it,for the time that I switch full time to it :help:
So now you have some idea.:help:
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Got it. i didn't ask for explanations,just wondered.
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Got it. i didn't ask for explanations,just wondered.

Wondering aloud or in writing is soliciting an answer,whick is akin to being an indirect question.
Just a matter of semantics :whistling:
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