How may times have we been plagued by a failed boot manager? Remember ‘NTLDR Missing’ or ‘No OS found’ or ‘Boot manager failed to load…’
Well I got one today, after a long time, on my desktop. It was absolutely fine yesterday night when I switched it off. Something clashed/broker windows was left unbootable.
Earlier one would be frantically running around to find a rescue disk or a windows setup disk to boot from and somehow remember how he had fixed it the last time.
Enter Windows 7. Simply restart the system and the next time you get a sweet screen with the options -
“Fix problems that are preventing windows from starting” Now tell me that isn’t sweet!
I just press enter and it does it’s thing. Kudos to the devs and the leads taking initiative to implement such functions :)
It also goes to show that end user software is now in that phase of crossing over from dumb to intelligent. I wonder what wonder will come next…