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EasyBCD: dual-booting Windows and Ubuntu

EasyBCD: dual-booting Windows and Ubuntu

Last month turned out to be fruitful for new versions of operating systems: Microsoft first showed us a preview version of Windows 8, and recently released the planned release of Ubuntu 11.10. I am sure that many of our readers do not deny yourself the pleasure of taste in these new items, and as a result of their hard drive were installed multiple operating systems. So it’s time to get acquainted with the simple and convenient program that will help clean up the boot menu of Windows.
EasyBSD – it’s free for noncommercial use program that serves to adjust the load operating systems. The program works in Windows Vista / Windows 7 and can change the settings for the OS, as well as add the ability to boot other operating systems, such as earlier versions of Windows or MS-DOS, Linux, BSD or even Mac OS X.
The program interface consists of a single window, switching between functions is done via the buttons on the left. Button View Settings shows the existing elements of the boot menu of Windows. On the Edit Boot Menu tab, you can edit the name of the OS, the display order, select the default system, remove unnecessary and to change some other options.
To add new operating systems in the boot menu is a tab Add New Entry. Note that you can add as already installed on the hard disk operating system and disk image ISO, WinPE, or even a floppy drive.
Tab BCD Backup / Repair, we can make a backup or restore boot Windows, which can come in handy in the event of unforeseen problems. Pay attention to the section BCD Deployment, where you can create a bootable USB or external drive and install the MBR.
EasyBSD is a powerful, unmatched free tool to manage the boot menu, Windows 7/Vista. With it you can quickly and easily organize the loading of multiple systems, change options loader, used as a means of restoring and problem solving. However, one should always bear in mind that the unthinking use of such programs can lead to unpredictable consequences. Therefore we recommend to first examine