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Thread: EasyBCD: Edit Windows boot settings and configure bootloader

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    Default EasyBCD: Edit Windows boot settings and configure bootloader

    EasyBCD lets you take control of your bootloader. EasyBCD extends and revamps the Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows Vista, Windows 7 BCD bootloader, and with EasyBCD, almost anything is possible. Setting up and configuring a dual-boot between Windows, Linux, Ubuntu, BSD, and Mac OS X is a breeze.





    EasyBCD is geared for users of all kinds. Whether you just want to add an entry to your old XP partition or want to create a duplicate for testing purposes; if you're interested in debugging the Windows Kernel, EasyBCD is the key.

    Boot into Windows 10/8/XP/Vista/7/Ubuntu/OS X
    Boot from USB, Network, ISO images, Virtual Harddisks (VHD), WinPE
    Repair the Windows bootloader, change your boot drive, create a bootable USB
    Rename entries, set default boot target, change BCD timeout, hide the boot menu
    Create your own custom boot sequence, hide drives on boot, backup and restore BCD configurations

    EasyBCD is free for all private, non-commercial use.

    Also check out Advanced Visual BCD Editor for Windows.
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    EasyBCD is the only boot editor software I recommend. Trying to edit BCDEdit in Vista and Windows 7 is like attempting Do It Yourself Brain surgery. At least EasyBCD has an extremely user friendly Interface which is more than can be said for BCDEdit.

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    yes, EasyBCD is very nice.

    ive been using it for years, both on VIsta & W7

    you can also ut it to boot from USB on an "old" PC without native support for USB-booting.

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