Which is the best boot manager you use for multiple os?

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  1. pintonbd

    pintonbd Power Member

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    Hi,
    i want to use win7,win xp, ubunto and mac in my PC , which boot manager should i use for that? which is the best boot manager you ever used ?
     
  2. roberteb

    roberteb Regular Member

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    Another way is to use a VM (virtual machine) as long as you have a CD of the operating system (or .iso) you can make as many VM's as you like and have them all running at the same time assuming your PC has the memory / resources.

    It also makes backing up and cloning easier. I use Oracle VM Virtual box which is free. I used to dual boot but find VM's much more flexible.
     
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    Some 64 bit OS don't work with this, but yes I agree.