When I was starting with Linux, I had to dual-boot my computer so I have a back-up working OS should Linux fail (fortunately, it never did). Dual-booting means learning how the boot manager works and back then, it was LILO, the Linux Loader. I was such an expert then that when GRUB, the Grand Unified Bootloader, was introduced, I stubbornly stuck with LILO. :)
Today, inside look at GRUB, how it works and how to tweak it. Of really particular interest is on how to boot from a USB drive using GRUB.is now the more dominant boot-loader so it is high time that I learn it. Fortunately, Chad Files, of Linux.com, provides an
I urge you to check it out and learn how GRUB works. It is an essential knowledge specially when you are helping migrate users from Windows. I wonder if this works with Intel's EFI.