top of page

Arts Samantha Brambilla

Público·15 membros

How to Dual-Boot Windows with EasyBCD 2.2

How to Dual-Boot Windows with EasyBCD 2.2

If you want to run more than one operating system on your PC, you need a tool that can manage your boot options. EasyBCD 2.2 is a free program that lets you easily configure and edit your boot menu, whether you want to dual-boot Windows with Linux, macOS, BSD, or another Windows version.

EasyBCD 22 Crack

EasyBCD 2.2 is the latest version of the popular bootloader modification tool from NeoSmart Technologies. It supports Windows 11 and UEFI, as well as legacy systems like Windows XP and MS-DOS. You can use it to create bootable USB drives, ISO images, virtual disks, and more. You can also use it to troubleshoot Windows problems, back up and repair the bootloader, and customize your boot scenarios with powerful scripting.

In this article, we will show you how to use EasyBCD 2.2 to dual-boot Windows with another operating system. We will assume that you have already installed both operating systems on separate partitions or drives, and that you have downloaded and installed EasyBCD 2.2 from

Step 1: Launch EasyBCD 2.2

After installing EasyBCD 2.2, launch it from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut. You will see the main interface of the program, which shows you the current entries in your boot menu. You can edit, rename, remove, or reorder these entries as you wish.

Step 2: Add a new entry

To add a new entry for another operating system, click on the "Add New Entry" button on the left sidebar. You will see a new window with four tabs: Windows, Linux/BSD, Mac OS X, and NeoGrub.

Select the tab that corresponds to the type of operating system you want to add. For example, if you want to add Linux, select the Linux/BSD tab. You will see some options to choose from, such as the name of the entry, the drive letter or partition where the operating system is installed, and the type of bootloader (GRUB, GRUB2, LILO, etc.).

Fill in these options according to your configuration and preferences. For example, if you have Ubuntu installed on partition D:, you can name the entry "Ubuntu", select "D:\" from the drop-down menu, and choose "GRUB2" as the bootloader type.

When you are done, click on the "Add Entry" button at the bottom of the window. You will see a confirmation message that says "Entry added successfully".

Step 3: Save and exit

After adding all the entries you want, click on the "Edit Boot Menu" button on the left sidebar. You will see a list of all the entries in your boot menu, with checkboxes to select which ones you want to enable or disable.

You can also change the order of the entries by dragging and dropping them with your mouse. The first entry in the list will be the default one that will load automatically if you don't choose another one within a certain time limit.

You can change this time limit by adjusting the slider at the bottom of the window. You can also choose whether to skip the boot menu altogether and boot directly into the default entry by checking or unchecking the box that says "Skip the boot menu".

When you are happy with your settings, click on the "Save Settings" button at the bottom of the window. You will see a confirmation message that says "Bootloader settings saved successfully".

You can now exit EasyBCD 2.2 by clicking on the "File" menu and selecting "Exit".

Step 4: Reboot and enjoy

Now that you have configured your boot menu with EasyBCD 2.2, you can reboot your PC and see it in action. You will see a screen that shows you all the entries in your boot menu, and you can use your keyboard or mouse to select which one you want to load.

If you don't select anything within the time limit you set earlier, it will automatically e0e6b7cb5c


Bem-vindo ao grupo! Você pode se conectar com outros membros...
bottom of page