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Using MRBooter for DOS, Win2000, and Linux





shenyl
I have seen articles in this forum using grub, and I have used MRBooter for a few years now running multiple OS boot env. Wonder anyone can comment on the pros and cons of these methods. I am hesitant on using grub, as the articles makes it sound very complex. I can share on MRBooter, which has its pros and cons as well.

Pros - easy to use. But when you resize the partitions, you will need to remove MRBooter and re-install it - just re-running it will not solve boot-up problem. But the removal is easy with efdisk /mbr (remove).

Cons - Allowed only 3 Boot up options (for free version).

Your comments, especially how to use grub easily, will be appreciated.
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