Another "discuss" thread popped this question in my head. To me, with how dead-easy it is to virtualize, I was surprised to see (espcially) Linux-users claiming to dual-boot rather just use some virtualization framework.
I mean, dual-booting between a gaming-OS and a non-gaming OS can still make sense. However, if you don't have a use-case where you need "bare-metal" access, virtualization has seemed to me to be the way to go for well over a decade, now.
I guess my real question, then, is probably, "if you're dual-booting, what drove you to that versus using a virtualization solution?"