Tips to choose Best Boot Manager Software
For a good bootloader you must check the following qualities :
This one is my favorite. You can install any operating system and add a entry to this bootloader. You can see the operating system in gui based on boot screen. You can install Mac, Windows and Linux all three operating system on a single hard drive and use rEFIt to boot from that particular operating system. It is very easy to manage and provide you a simple boot screen. It gives you a easy representation on your screen showing different operating system. It is not complicated to use. But there are certain limitation related to EFI firmware system. You must read the system specs and installation methods properly before installing this operating system in your pc. Or else it would be quiet complicated for you to play with different operating system.
GAG is another cool bootloader that can help you to run multiple os in better way. The boot menu looks a bit outdated but it is fine to manage around 9 different operating system at a time. It helps you to manage your different os with simple navigation. The operating system can be on user's choice. The best part of using Gag is that it works with almost all kind of operating system. There is no issue related to EFI settings right now. GAG works on the beginning of a hard drive. It actually does not need any separate partition. So there are less chances of getting bootloader missing when you accidentally delete the system partition. For easy usage the tool work in gui mode which makes your job a bit more easier. Other than this GAG gives you option to block the partitoin with a password. This is something unique added here.
This is another useful boot manager software that you can use most often for creating a multiboot system. Easy BCD gives you the most easiest menu to control different type of operating system. The best part of using this is that it offers you a simple and intuitive way to configure multiple boot partition. It is not all complicated to add or remove operating system from the same. I had checked Easy BCD and it is stable to great extent.
Re: Tips to choose Best Boot Manager Software
I am using Easy BCD. This is one of the best for multiboot operating system. I am here not talking about dual boot. It is the best to use and give you clear output on the screen in GUI mode.
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