I have a few questions about OS Selector. I note from the manual that if you use OS Selector you should not hibernate your machine because the program needs to write files to disk, and you should not write to an NTFS filesystem that is hibernated. However, I have a laptop that I always hibernate. This limitation of OS Selector has prevented me from trying out the program. I currently use GRUB as my "OS Selector" but there are a couple of features in Acronis OS Selector that intrigue me such as the ability to add the Acronis True Image Secure Zone bootloader to the list of OSs and the nicer-looking GUI screen. Upon further reading in the manual, it appears that when you install OS Selector you can, under "Custom Install", choose the location of the OS Selector files. Does this mean that I could create a separate partition, format it with something other than NTFS, install OS Selector in the new partition and thus get around the limitation of not being able to hibernate Windows? Has anybody done this? If so: 1. How large does the partition have to be? 2. Does the partition need to be Primary or can it be a Logical Partition? 3. What is the recommended filesystem type?