BCDEDIT GUI – A GUI based BCD editor
In this “bcdedit Guide” we will talk about a nice and easy BCDEDIT GUI tool EasyBCD. This Bcdedit GUI tool will help to make BCD configuration changes from a GUI interface instead of Going through multiple “BCDEDIT Commands”. Still you can go through “BCD and BCDEDIT commands : A breif Introduction” to understand BCD and BCDEDIT better.
BCDedit GUI application ?
NeoSmart technologies devlopd a windows application called “EasyBCD” as BCDEDIT Gui which will help troubleshooters and techs to make BCDEDIT changes with ease.
Description of BCDEDIT GUI application “EasyBCD” by NeoSmart
EasyBCD is NeoSmart Technologies’ multiple award-winning answer to taking control of your bootloader. EasyBCD extends and revamps the Windows Vista/Windows 7 BCD bootloader, and with EasyBCD, almost anything is possible. Setting up and configuring a dual-boot between Windows 7, Windows Vista, older versions of Windows such as XP & 2003, Linux, Ubuntu, BSD, and Mac OS X is a breeze. You just point & click and EasyBCD does the rest. EasyBCD is free for all private, non-commercial use.
[stextbox id="alert"]EasyBCD ( BCDEDIT GUI ) application’s features – [/stextbox]
- Boot into XP/Vista/7/Ubuntu/OS X and more!
- Boot from USB, Network, ISO images, Virtual Harddisks (VHD), WinPE, and more!
- Repair the Windows bootloader, change your boot drive, create a bootable USB, and more!
- Rename entries, set default boot target, change BCD timeout, hide the boot menu, and more!
- Create your own custom boot sequence, hide drives on boot, backup and restore configurations, and more!
EasyBCD is used and/or recommended by Microsoft, PC-World, PC-Magazine, Softpedia, PC-Welt, Activision, and hundreds more!
A couple of screenshots of this nice tool would help you understand how easy it is to make changes using ” bcdedit GUI ” .
(Image Credit – NeoSmart)
Let’s Grab and download this BCDEDIT GUI application called “easyBCD” and make your Editing life more easier. It’s all free as long as you use it as non-commercial use.
We are writing tutorials on BCDEdit and other windows troubleshooting area’s. All of the functions of EasyBCD can be achived from normal command line BCdedit commands, for example take a look at “Add Windows XP to BCDEDIT”