Easily Dual Boot Windows and Linux with Grub2Win Boot Manager

Grub2Win is a free and open source Boot Manager for Windows. Using this you can safely boot multiple Windows and Linux systems on both your GPT and MBR disks without any problem. It is released under GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3). Currently it supports EFI firmware as well as BIOS and automatically generates config files for PhoenixOS, Android, Ubuntu, Debian, Suse, Fedora, Manjaro, Mint, Clover and Windows. You can also do this manually to import the other Linux OS config files.

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Check Windows Boot Time and Detect Slow Startup Programs with BootRacer

BootRacer is a free windows tool to measure your windows OS booting time or the startup time. using this you can also find the slow startup windows programs and application in your system. It will help to remove the unwanted programs from your system and speedup your Windows startup time. It is free for for non commercial use. Using this tool you can exclude a user password timeout time from the calculated total time.

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How To Fix Ubuntu Linux OS Broken Upgrade and Boot Failure

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  • Post last modified:October 26, 2019
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During the Ubuntu Linux OS upgrade or update process, if your system powered off because of power failure or you shutdown the power due to the system unresponsiveness, then you will face problems like boot failure, blank screen and broken Ubuntu OS. In this tutorial we will see how to fix these type of problems during Ubuntu update. Using this method you can fix the broken update without losing your data and without reinstalling your OS.

Power on your system and in the Grub boot menu select Ubuntu, if it go to the Ubuntu login screen, then press (CTRL+ALT+F1). It will open tty1 (teletypewriters) virtual terminal console. If it will not work try (CTRL+ALT+F2), (CTRL+ALT+F3), (CTRL+ALT+F4), (CTRL+ALT+F5), (CTRL+ALT+F6) and (CTRL+ALT+F7). By default in Ubuntu linux OS, there are 7 ttys.

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