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Como combinar dos windows con wintool o ntlite.


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Hola buenas tardes, en lo personal estoy interesado en combinar dos windows; el 7 y el 10, necesito la estabilidad del 7, pero la actualización y conectividad de periféricos (como impresoras en linea)  reconocidos rápidamente por el win10, he estado buscando opciones pero no he encontrado información precisa y me gustaría que su experiencia me pudiera ayudar y obviamente dejarle todas las características de apariencia; incluídos los gadgedts del win7 y quitarle todo lo que no ocupo del win10 como cortana, xbox, etc. gracias.

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