As frequent readers will know, I recently triple-booted my new laptop with Ubuntu 13.10 as one of the host operating systems. However, Chrome has been acting up a bit. When I went to start Chrome from the launcher, it would instead start an icon called "Getting Started - Google Chrome" (other people have reported "New Tab" and "Chrome Settings" as their icon label of choice). If you pin this icon, Chrome does not start when clicked; if you pin the other, you'll always have two Chromes in your dock.
I recently bought a Macbook Air, wanting to expand my repertoire with iOS applications. (Despite how much I speak out against Apple, they have two things going for them: build quality and platform awareness; two things which are very hard to pass up as a developer.) However, having used Ubuntu for my schoolwork and also wanting Windows for a future job at Microsoft, I knew that I would struggle to be able to use a Mac without my trusty developers' operating systems.
That left me with one choice: multiple operating systems in a dual- or triple-boot fashion. But I'm ambitious with technology, so I was going all-in on this. I found this LifeHacker tutorial and planned to follow it to the tee, with the addition of a shared partition to transfer files easily between operating systems.