Windows Bootloader

On occasion, you may find yourself in a situation where you need your computer to start up in a different way than it usually does. Whether you're troubleshooting to find the source of an issue with your computer or upgrading your computer's operating system to the latest version, you'll sometimes need to load data directly from a CD, a flash drive, secondary hard drive or even a second operating system installed on your computer. Luckily, you don't have to be a tech professional to do this: you can easily accomplish this task by using the Windows Boot Manager, accessed through your computer's startup sequence or through a menu option inside your Windows operating system's settings.

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Last-modified: 01-18-2021 (Mon) 11:28:32 (41d)