From Christoph Pfisterer:
rEFIt is a boot menu and maintenance toolkit for EFI-based machines like the Intel Macs. It gives you easy access to the EFI environment and serves as a hook for pre-boot applications.
What's new in this version:
- Configuration option to set the default boot choice.
- Fixes for Snow Leopard and 64-bit kernel mode.
- Fixes for detecting recent versions of GRUB2 and Haiku, added detection for NetBSD.
- Support for various additional partition types in gptsync.
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Version: rEFIt 0.14
Best open source software available; lets you choose between your operating systems on startup [on Intel-based Macs].
You have to reboot at least twice before it starts working; not a big deal though!
Just like the description says, as soon as you turn on your Intel-based Mac you can choose to start up into whichever operating systems you have on your computer [doesn't install Windows or Linux for you, it's not that kind of program].
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