How to install Windows 8 32-bit inside or without uninstalling Windows 7?
Install Windows 8 in any other drive or if you want to install in the same drive then create partitions.
inatall windows 8 in new drive.but not in drive in which windows 7 exist.
simple install windows 8 on a separate drive it will ask on boot which one you wanna choose
install windows 8 on separate partition...
try virtual machine or dual boot...
How about running a virtual machine within your windows 7 to run windows 8. I have and it works fine with VMware player and Oracle Virtual Box.
Use an upgrade and opt to keep all files etc.
duel boot them
If you want to try it out without disturbing Windows 7 installation,try testing it under VirtualBox -
I'd like to know that as well howwww????
if you want to keep windows7 then dual boot.
Are you wanting to keep both versions (dual booting)? If you do, you'll need to buy a full version of Windows 8 (not the upgrade), and do a side-by-side installation.
You can do this with the upgrade version as well unless they have changed the wording of their EULA (the last upgrade version I picked up was XP Pro; my versions of Vista Ultimate & 7 Ultimate were full version freebies from Microsoft). At least with Windows XP and prior, you could interpret their EULA to mean that as long as you weren't using the new and old versions of the OS at the same time, you were not violating the agreement, so setting up a dual-boot configuration with the upgrade disk would be permissible.
Put the Windows 8 installation disks or drive you will be guided through upgradation setup and you are done.
Not Sure About Upgrading? Then Why Not Dual Boot Windows 8 With Windows 7?