Boot Software For Windows 7

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All-in-one bootable USB software for all Windows

Dual boot software (visual BCD editor) is for a person who wants to install two or more operating system on a single computer. For example Linux OS like Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora etc. alongside Windows 10 or Windows 10 with Windows 7/8. Most of the time when people thinking for such a dual-setup OS environment; they start searching online for the solution and if they are not familiar with how these OSs are working they end up with a mess.

Especially in the case of Linux and Windows dual booting.

Since the working of both the OS is absolutely different; thus, the setting up of filesystem and booting needs a little help.

Hence, in such cirumstances when you are new or even pro, EasyBCD dual boot like visual BCD editor software helps a lot.

Although in above heading we mentioned Windows 10 and Linux because of there popularity, it supports macOS boot entry too.

For many users, the system startup tool BCDedit ( a command-line tool for managing Boot Configuration Data (BCD).) is difficult to configure.

Here, the EasyBCD (aWindows 10 metro bootloader) makes it possible to create various bootloader settings via a clear program interface with little knowledge of it. It is a freemium program and available as EasyBCD Community Edition to use free of cost for personal purpose but for commercial or developing, one has to pay for its license fee. It is available on many software distributing portals however one can simply download the EasyBCD from its official website NeroSamrt.

Register there to get free EasyBCD community edition.

Being a just 2.7 MB software, it highly portable and can be easily carried in a USB drive or memory card or smartphone storage. One important thing, this Dual boot manager software is only available to run for Windows 10/8/7 or older operating systems.

EasyBCD allows users to add or change the boot loader, which comes with Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 (incl.

8.1) and Windows 10; so that all entries can be added.

Furthermore, the older operating systems of Microsoft Windows are supported by the boot manager as well namely Windows NT, 2000 and XP; provided by the integration of the bootloader NTLDR.

Whereas DOS, Windows 3.x, 95, 98 and ME can also be loaded via IO.sys and the Windows 9x boot sector.


In addition to supporting many Microsoft products, EasyBCD can add boot value for Linux and BSD.

For this purpose, the software provides Grub(legacy), GRUB 2, LILO/eLILO, FreeBAS/PC-BSD, Wubi and SysLinux or uses simply can integrate Furthermore, the software also provides its own NeoGRUB module to boot Linux OS in dual boot environment, which does its job on the basis of GRUB4DOS.

Part 1: How to Create a Windows 7 Bootable USB