What do you describe, even if possible, it would be quite difficult to maintain.
Alternatively, if you want to experiment with Windows 7, have virtual machine installed on your laptop.
Or get another hard disk, swap it with original XP hd and install Windows 7 on it.
For backups, the best is to use external, 2.5" USB/eSATA drive.
yeah - no, that's not going to work out very well for you. Best to get your IT department to help you out here, it's not something you're going to be able to do successfully on you own.
Can you explain this more please "best is to use external, 2.5" USB/eSATA drive" ? to mount the os from USB boot
I want to add information xp os is the IT for work and the win 7 is for my personal
My IT department Are far away Other country
and I have no way to explain or coordinate my application
Why is it so complicated to make such a backup mode
to run two os on one hare drive with Mcafee Endpoint Encryption or only Encryption for the xp os
I want to Thank you very much both of you
and if you have another idea that I'm here
I would advice you strongly to separate your company asset and tool as their PC, from your personal property.
Get yourself a separate laptop, they are cheap nowadays.
The options which you are talking about is not possible...
Which options and why?