How-To Geek

Boot Manager

A boot manager is a small utility that loads before a computer loads its primary (or secondary) operating systems that allows you to select which (of multiple) operating systems you wish to load at the given moment. Many people use boot managers to allow them to easily boot between Windows and Linux or between multiple versions and distributions of Linux installed for different purposes.

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