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VistaBootPRO – new graphical boot manager for Vista

May 15th, 2006 by Patrick S

Designed for both beginners and advanced users, VistaBootPRO can be used to make “cosmetic” changes to the Windows Vista boot Menu such as changing the name of the Operating Systems shown in the boot menu and make advanced “functional” changes like adding an Operating System to the boot menu and repairing the Windows Vista boot configuration data. Advanced settings include backing up and exporting your boot loader configuration and modifying various details for the entries.

For those who have had to use the command prompt based bcdedit.exe in the past, you will be impressed with the ease of use and functionality that VistaBootPRO provides.

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8 Responses

  1. Patrick S Says:

    Man, if I knew how to code i would write something like this for msblog.

  2. Deansweb2004|NT Says:

    I wondered if he fixed some of the annoying alittle popups in that program *Runs and installs*

    Btw, I just found a bug in the Code Valifcation thing on this blog 🙂

  3. Andre Da Costa Says:

    Yeah, its definitely an amazing little utility, thanks to our friend, Computer Guru for all the hard work.

  4. Jonathon Bridge Says:

    It’s really cool!
    BTW, the real support forums by Computer Guru (author and developer) are on his forums at NeoSmart Technologies:

  5. Patrick S Says:

    Thanks Jonathon! 😀 😀 😀

  6. Jonathon Bridge Says:

    your welcome 🙂
    just giving the man credit for his work 😛

  7. Mark Dietz Says:

    Actually, the Official Support forum is at PROnetworks, just as posted above, not at Neosmart as Johnathon Bridge says. Why would the official support forum not be at the website that released it? While I’ll agree Computer Guru did do nearly all of the coding, all of the work was done for PROnetworks, just FYI.

  8. Patrick S Says:

    Ahh right, Wish i could code something like that 🙁