AiR-BOOT v1.1.4. Copyright (c) 1998-2017 by Martin Kiewitz. AiR-BOOT is a Boot Manager that can be compared to boot-managers like OS/2-BMGR, GRUB and others. Like OS/2-BMGR and GRUB, AiR-BOOT presents a list of operating-systems from which the user can select one to boot the system. The interesting thing about AiR-BOOT is that it works on-the-fly, which means that it detects almost all changes to your disks and partitions without requiring your intervention. Another pleasant feature about AiR-BOOT is that it contains a built-in SETUP, allowing configuration from within AiR-BOOT itself, and yet is small enough to fit in the first track of the disk, (usually 63 sectors ~30kB in size), thus not requiring a separate partition. Actually, it is one of the smartest boot-managers around for it's size, I kid you not!
BOOTMGR Version 18-FEB-2005 BOOTMGR is a simple multi-boot manager with a pseudo-graphical menu that fits entirely in the Master Boot Record. Supports hard disks >8 Gbytes. Copyright (c) 1997-2005 BTTR Software [Under `MODIFIED' BSD LICENSE]
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Ranish Partition Manager Version 2.44 (beta) by Muthu. Ranish Partition Manager is a boot manager and hard disk partitioner. It gives users high level of control for running multiple operating systems, such as Windows 98/NT/XP, Linux, FreeDOS, and FreeBSD on a single disk.