How do I install Windows XP and Windows 2000 on the same PC using Partition Magic?
You don't need Partition Magic for this; you can use Fdisk/Format or even Gdisk. Partition the hard disk into two volumes. Install Windows 2000 on the second volume. Then, install Windows XP on the first volume. This is a simplistic explanation. For more information, see the KB article
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Windows XP end of life and Windows 7 / Windows 8 migration
More than 12 years after its release, Windows XP is at the end of its life, at least in terms of support. Microsoft has released a few operating systems since then but many organizations have stuck with XP. For one thing, Vista was as unpopular as XP was popular. Also, most older computers just don’t have the guts, hardware-wise, to run the newer Microsoft systems. Whatever the reasons, though, support is ending and if you’re running XP, you’re going to have to move, accommodate or pay the price. To the rescue: Our guide to XP end of life and Windows 7 / Windows 8 migration.
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