Say if we get a PC desktop or notebook next time, we can partition right away so that if we need to install Windows 8 Consumer Review 32 bit, 64 bit, and install Windows 8 both 32 bit and 64 when they release, it will be ready. (or even keep 2 more partitions ready for installing Ubuntu).
What is a good way to go about doing that?
Some more details:
Most hard drive come with two primary partitions already, one for C:, and one for Factory / Restore Image, so there can be only two more primary partitions only. Should we use these two, or create one extended partition and then we can create 5 or 6 logical partitions within the extended partitions and those 5, 6 logical partition can be used to install different versions of Windows 8? Does an extended partition count as one of the primary partitions? (because we are limited to 4 maximum).