Does anyone see any flaws in the following triple-boot approach?
On my 64-bit laptop with 8GB of RAM I'm looking at running Windows 7 Pro, Windows 8 Pro and Ubuntu 12.04, all from the same 240GB SSD. I'll go with GPT partitioning, and I think this means I don't have to limit myself to four partitions, but I'm not positive this applies to triple-boot.
Step A: Partition disk (all NTFS) : Partition 1 - 40GB , Partition 2 - 40GB,
Partition 3 - 2GB, Partition 4 - 20GB, and Partition 5 - 138GB for file storage.
Step B: Install Win 7 Pro to a 40GB partition.
Step C: Install Win 8 Pro to a 40GB partition.
Step D: Create Linux swap on the 2GB partition .
Step E: Install Ubuntu 12.04 to the 20GB partition
Step F: Add GRUB-2 while Ubuntu live DVD is still installed, but only after I install Ubuntu.
Jeff in Colorado