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"Windows 10 file system compatability issues ",I'm wondering if it's possible to install and setup WIndows 10 on a mutil-boot system with 7 so that all files and folders are accesable from Windows 7. I have a dual boot system (XP 32 bit and XP 64 bit, on separate hard drives) with three 2TB hard drives, 5 partitions each for a total of 15 partitions, 6 of which are actually used (OS, applications, data), with the remaining used mostly for backup purposes (also swap files, tmp files, and temporary instances of raw video files before processing). I have system restore turned off. I perform backups by doing the equivalent of a drag and drop copy of all files and folders (including hidden and system, but not volume id or recycler folders) from one of my "active" partitions to a folder in a large backup partition (I use windiff to verify afterwards). To backup the partition with XP 32 bit on it, I do that while running XP 64 bit and vice versa. I can quick format and drag and drop copy to restore any of these partitions without any issues (except for a minor issue with \windows\installer folder where it gets emptied by any update activity, but is fixed by doing a second restore). I'm considering going to a tripple boot system, adding Windows 7 to a partition on the third hard drive. My main concern is what impact this will have on the remaining 14 partiions and compatiblity with XP. I realize that one change to NTFS partitions by Windows 7 is multiple restore poitns, but I plan to disable system restore (if this is possible with Window s 7). I'm also concerned that Windows 7 might affect folders on the 14 existing partitions by adding access rights info to those folders, which would prevent me from accessing them from XP. My other concern is the ability to backup and restore just the partition with Windows 7 on it. My drag and drop method would require that none of the files or folders on the Windows 7 partition be protected from access via Windows XP. If this isn't possible, my next concern is being able to restore individual files from a Windows 7 type (image?) backup. I realize this is an unusual situation, but if anyone here can help me with information about XP / Windows 7 file system issues, I would appreciate it.

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