[FRIAM] How to install Windows on an external drive | TechConnect

Marcus Daniels marcus at snoutfarm.com
Mon Apr 3 12:02:54 EDT 2017

USB 3.1 is really annoying in some ways.  For large drives with USB C connectors, adapter cables don’t work, and even those USB 3.1 host adapters (PCI cards) may not work if they have USB-A outputs instead of USB-C.   New laptops that have USB-C natively should be ok, and when it works it is fast and quite slick.

If the only goal is to have Windows as an option, I suggest one of the virtualization packages.  For Macs, VMware Fusion is about perfect.

From: Friam [mailto:friam-bounces at redfish.com] On Behalf Of Tom Johnson
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Subject: [FRIAM] How to install Windows on an external drive | TechConnect

Interesting idea.

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