Dual boot Windows and Linux, with support for 64 and 32 bit EFI and BIOS, using Grub2Win
If you like to test or use different operating systems and programs in different operating systems, build applications, etc., selecting an OS upon boot is a must — and as you may already know, it’s not something that easy to be achieved.
There exist utilities and ways to boot that can lead to one of your operating systems becoming invisible and unbootable!
Grub2Win is an efficient, safe and free utility that will let you select an operating system to boot from. It supports Antergos, Android, Ubuntu, Debian, Suse, Fedora, Mint, Clover and Windows 64 and 32 bit EFI as well as BIOS firmware. ISO files can also be booted. It won’t place files around but in a single 20 MB folder. If you are on an EFI (Extensible Firmware Interface) system, some small modules will be installed to your EFI partition. Registry is not changed in any way.
Note that Grub2Wind lets you configure the boot order right from within Windows! It works with GPT and MRB disks, even with very large partitions or drives (such as 40 TB or more). If you need a boot manager that is free and reliable, Grub2Win is a program you may like to try.