Dual boot Windows Vista with BSD, Mac OS X, Linux, SkyOS, FreeBSD, ReactOS, Longhorn, Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, and more with NeoSmart Technologies' EasyBCD 1.51. All it takes is one click, and you can configure Vista to boot into virtually anything!
After two months of crazy bug-hunting and hundreds of rounds of scenario testing, EasyBCD 1.51 is finally out. If you're in a really big hurry, go and get it - if not, read on. EasyBCD 1.51 is a very major change from 1.5. As a matter of fact, if it wasn't for the fact that it would completely ruin our release schedule, this release would have been dubbed EasyBCD 2.0. It's that big.
What makes EasyBCD 1.51 so special is the switch in purpose and technique. In the past, EasyBCD was only a bootloader modification tool that let end-users configure the Windows Vista bootloader, and EasyBCD 1.5 added support for "profiles" that could be used to boot into Linux, BSD, & OS X. Not only does EasyBCD 1.51 add support for several other operating systems, but also it goes a step further. A very big step further. Now, if there is anything that Vista's BCD bootloader can't boot into, EasyBCD 1.51 comes with its own additional bootloader that can boot into it. It's called NeoGrub, and you're going to love it.