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The installation of Windows, Linux, or Mac operating system has been automated and foolproof for a long time, with no technical difficulty. But if you want to install and use multiple systems at the same time, whether it’s a combination of multiple different versions of Windows or Windows + Linux + Mac (each has a different boot method), the hardest part is figuring out their installation order and adjusting the boot menu. This can be cumbersome and experience required even for advanced computer users.
GNU GRUB (short for GNU GRand Unified Bootloader, GRUB for short) is a boot loader package that allows to boot multiple operating systems installed on a computer or select a specific kernel configuration available on a particular operating system’s partitions. Grub2Win is a handy tool for customizing GNU GRUB on Windows, specially designed for multi-system users.
As a compact, simple, easy-to-use and professional multi-system boot loading tool, Grub2Win supports boot GRUB directly from the EFI system partition on PC, supports oversized disks and GPT partitions, enables you to have up to 128 OS images on a single physical disk drive, supports search, advanced scripting, and many partition types, supports 32-bit and 64-bit EFI and BIOS firmware, allows users to customize the background theme of the boot loading interface, and more.
Grub2Win comes with an intuitive user interface, doesn’t affect your computer’s performance or use too much memory. In addition, it employs modular setup to distribute many functions in various modules that need to be used. In short, it can help users realize the coexistence of multiple systems on one computer and select the operating system as needed at startup, so it is very practical for multi-system users.
// Key Features //
- Supports both 64 and 32 bit EFI as well as BIOS firmware.
- Installs to Windows 11, 10, 8, 7 and XP.
- Requires just one directory on the Windows C: drive, about 20 MB disk space.
- Works with all languages. Boot time help is available in 30 languages.
- Simple Windows GUI easily sets up Grub2Win in seconds.
- Lets you set your EFI firmware boot order from within Windows.
- Preview and customize the 9 included graphic background themes. You can also create and customize your own background themes.
- Works with all filesystems including Mac hfs and Btrfs.
- Can search for and boot a partition by it’s UUID or label. Supports advanced scripting.
- Works with both GPT and MBR disks – up to 128 primary partitions per drive.
- Supports extremely large (over 40 TB) disks and partitions.
- Automatically generates config files for Windows, PhoenixOS, Android, Ubuntu, Debian, Suse, Fedora, Manjaro, Mint, Clover and more.
- Import config files for all other Linux distributions.
- Grub customization is done from Windows – Configuration in Linux is not required.
- Includes open source GNU Grub 2.06 boot modules and libraries. Frequent releases and enhancements.
- No adware or spyware – No hassles… It just works.
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