Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 6th Sep 2007 16:53 UTC, submitted by Maikeil Stein
OSNews, Generic OSes EasyBCD, the freeware tool used for dual-booting Windows Vista with Linux, BSD, OS X, and Unix (using Vista's own bootloader), has been updated to version 1.7. This new release of EasyBCD features a rewritten NeoGrub for installing and managing GRUB from within Windows and a new feature dubbed 'GRUB-less Linux' which searches the drive for Linux and boots into it, regardless of whether or not GRUB is installed. My take: A great tool for Vista users. I use it to manage various installations on my laptop, and it has never let me down.
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by wizzard on Fri 7th Sep 2007 11:12 UTC
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I guess whoever runs this site is not too attentive to it's status. It is still down this am. Kinda what if anyone is there? ;)
Hopefully, this is not a reflection on version 1.7. I have used 1.6 and previous versions before and they seemed fine.

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by NeoSmart on Fri 7th Sep 2007 13:28 in reply to "Hmmmm"
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Hello All,

I'm CG and the Director of NeoSmart Technologies - we're really sorry about the downtime, IIS has been giving us hell. It's a shame it had to pick this very moment to go down, just when we had our new release of EasyBCD.

The site is back up (for now), we're working on a more permanent fix (such as leaving IIS).

Thanks for featuring our program on OSNews, it's an honor; and again, our sincerest apologies for the downtime.

NeoSmart Technologies

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