Originally Posted by Praveer
Exactly....I am new to Linux and all my data on Windows. Can't remove it with out checking out Fedora.
Any other way to triple boot.
Well, what I suggested above doesn't remove Windows. It only replaces the Windows boot loader with GRUB as the default boot loader.
And yes, there are more ways to boot multiple operating systems. For example, you can install Fedora and prevent it from making GRUB the default boot loader. Then configure the Windows 7 boot loader to boot Fedora. Or, a variation of that is to boot Fedora via a boot disk. Another variation of that is to use your computer's BIOS boot device menu (if it has one) to choose Fedora. And there are third party boot loaders, I guess they'd be called, that can boot all of your systems. It may sound strange, and it is not beautiful to the eye, but my preferred boot loader is GRUB for DOS. It can boot anything, and it can access a variety of filesystems to find its boot loader files. There are others similar to that.
But if you just want to "check out" Fedora, then try the live CD version.
Lastly, even if Fedora works well for you, don't be peer pressured into removing Windows unless you no longer have a use for it. You paid for it. If you understand its vulnerabilities, and if it performs some useful function for you, then use it until it no longer does that. I personally am not interested in recent Windows offerings, but I still have XP on one machine. I use it for two specific tasks that I have no other way to perform at the moment. Additionally, it belongs to my wife, so I should leave it be.