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Booting Windows from Linux
Hi I am new to linux and I have sort of an advanced sounding question.
Is it possable to boot linux and then from there boot windows. The reason I ask is because my plan was for my computer to boot directly into linux quickly so i could access files quickly if i needed to. Then if i wanted windows i could click an icon and it would unload linux and boot windows. Kind of like an advanced multi-functional and graphcal boot manager.
Any help would be apreciated :)