. This actually already exists in Apple's computer systems that use Boot Camp to have either Mac OS X and Windows load on the same computer.
True story: The young guy from India who runs the little convenience down the street has a newer Mac laptop, and it apparently has this feature as he excitedly told me one day a while back while chatting about computers, and he was in the process of loading Windoze on to it.
Day before yesterday I went in and he was busily hunched over his computer so I said hello and went to pick out my items (beer and beef jerky
), so no one else is in the store so it's pretty quiet, and as I'm shopping I hear this:
"...(angry mumble slowly getting louder)...dammit...what the?... OMG YOU ARE THE FINDER, WHY WILL YOU NOT FIND THINGS?.."
[sound of an angry hard-reboot]
[sound of Windows log-in]
[sound of fingers furiously tapping keys]
"...(mumble, mumble)...OMG, WTH?....(calls out to me now)...Hey, what does it means "a fatal exception has occurred"?
I about died laughing on the spot.