How to create a virtual hard drive
Ever wanted to try out a new operating system without having to erase your existing one? Then use a virtual hard drive to install it without risking your current operating system.
Click browse to choose a place to save your VHD as well as what to name it. You also select how big you want it. If you wanted to install Windows 8 onto it, 20 GB would be needed. You can also choose if you want it to inflate to full size right away, or slowly as you add stuff to it.
- --Windows Operating System -- A good amount of free hard drive space
- Take your time when doing this so you know exactly what is going on.
- You can delete the VHD just like a regular file
- Always be careful when accessing the memory portions of your hard drive.
- Follow the tutorial closely to ensure you don't erase something you shouldn't