I'm planning my next computer build right now, and I'm wanting to have my boot drive dual boot both Windows 10 and Linux Mint. I like to have extra storage drives in my desktop machines, and the question of the moment is; since I plan on dual booting, is it necessary to have a separate storage drive for each side of the boot drive (i.e. one for Windows and one for Linux), or it is possible to have only the one storage drive for both OS's? Weird question, maybe, I know. Thanks, all!