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Bcdedit Command Tutorial with Examples To Edit Windows Boot Configuration

bcdedit is a command line tool used to manage Boot Configuration Data (BCD). This tool can be used to store boot configuration, boot applications and related settings. We need Administrator privileges in order to change and modify boot configuration with the bcdedit. Help Before starting using the bcdedit command we need to list and learn the features and options provided by the bcdedit command. We can use /? to list...

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Compare MBR(Master Boot Record) vs GPT(GUID Partition Table) Partition Schemes with Similarities and Diffiriencies

Partition tables are used to structure the disk drives. MBR (Master Boot Record) and GPT (GUID Partition Table) is two most popular partition schemes used today IT environments. In this tutorial we will compare the similarities and differences of these two partition schemes. What is MBR MBR is old and tired partition scheme initially used on first IBM PC’s. MBR is specifically designed for Microsoft DOS operating systems and used...

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What is Master Boot Record or MBR?

Master Boot Record is the start of an partition schema in disk file systems. In daily usage we use single physical disk by splitting it multiple partitions for different use cases. Operating systems needs some structure in order to use disk drives without problem. Partition schema provides some structure where operating systems obeys this structure. Master Boot Record MBR is first introduced in 1983 with the IBM PC DOS ....

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UEFI or Unified Extensible Firmware Interface

The first Personal Computer or PC is designed in 1980’s by IBM. This computer has different components and design from previously designed computers. This design is cloned by a lot of manufacturers. This computer boot sequence was like below.

BIOS was  the first component that runs when computer starts. BIOS initialization hardware and make some checks and then start operating system resides in disk or network. UEFI is next...

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