Windows Developer Preview is essentially Windows 8. Windows Developer Preview will have all the same things as Windows 8. This version of Windows Developer Preview is for developers so that they can check to see if things are compatible and so on. Windows 8 is coming in 2012. Microsoft has confirmed this; however, Windows 8 Developer Preview is out now. However, it is possible for you to get your hands on this! In fact with this tutorial I will show you how to dual boot Windows 7 and WDP (Windows 8). Just follow the steps in this tutorial and you should have no trouble. I first show you how to create a partition on your hard drive. I then proceed to show you how to create a drive out of that partition. I then show you how to create the boot-able disk out of the download from Microsoft. Then lastly I guide you through the setup for the new windows.