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EasyBoot 6.5.3.729



Released:2012-08-18
License:$29.95
Publisher:EZB Systems, Inc.
Language:English, French, German, ChineseSimplified, ChineseTraditional
Platform:Windows
Requirements:Pentium 166Mhz or above
Install:Install and Uninstall
Downloads:1142
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Publisher's Description:

EasyBoot - EasyBoot is an easy-to-use utility to create custom multi-boot, menu driven CDs and DVDs. It has the ability to automatically produce boot image files, and generate the ISO file as well. Using your CD-R/W Recording software such as Nero or Roxio to Record the ISO, you get a bootable CD that completely belongs to you. You can customize it with your companies name or slogan or even use it for your clients.

EasyBoot runs on Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP.

EasyBoot can:

1. Realize local language, multiple selections, and colorful menus.

2. Create screen layouts, Insert text, menu bars and function keys with a full GUI

3. Preview the actual effects during the design process.

4. Automatically generate boot loader and menu files.

5. Directly build bootable ISO files that are ready to burn.

Additional details:

1. Full Graphical User Interface, it is easy to learn for everyone.

2. Only adds one additional file to the root directory of your CD, does not destroy the original native style.

3. Supports up to 36 menu items.

4. Supports Up, Down, Left, Right and Tab keys to select menus, Enter and Spacebar keys to boot.

5. Supports User-Defined accelerated keys (such as 0-9, a-z) to directly select menu item.

6. Supports User-Defined function keys (such as Esc, F1-F12) to directly boot selected option.

7. You can choose Run Directly or Select for the execution mode of the accelerated keys.

8. You can choose translate all input key to small letter or capital letter.

9. Supports User-Defined cursor key movement, so you can freely layout the screen menu.

10. Supports Sub-menus to create extremely complex boot CD's.

11, supports startup logo

12, supports background image

13, supports time counter

14, supports password pretection to bootable CD

15. Convenient but powerful edit functions

16. Built in ISO image generation feature, with advanced feature such as Optimize and Set Date/Time.

List of Changes:

Version 5.1.2.586 from 2008-04-14

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Latest User Reviews:

Bmwm5jia74 2009-06-12 14:46:15 #
Version: 5.1.2.586

sorry did not download



MJS, B.Sc.Eng, Wpg 2006-12-25 03:57:43 #
Version: 5.1.2.586

Bad interface

Too much emphasis is on graphics and appearance,
but it is very difficult to implement the basic functionality.

This is also true of your other products, such as your ultraISO CD utility.

Both applications should be rolled into one.

I recommend:

1) A simple, more intuitive interface that accesses all the partitions or regions of the source or target CD/DVD using a "tabed", "multipane" or "MDI" GUI metaphor, such that all of the partitions or regions of the CD are visible and accessible at the same time.

2) The user should be able to toggle and "drag and drop" files between the various regions of a bootable CD and his host computer without having to load and save individual data image files:

e.g. A separate tab or window pane for each of the following:

a) CD-Menu pane: Drag and drop boot objects,
then edit the menu appearance

b) Boot regions: Drag and drop specific OS
objects and related startup and utility files.

c) Data regions: Drag and drop data files, and
configure the target file system

d) Media regions: Drag and drop media files,
and configure encoding format

e) Main menu to configure CD burning options.


2) A single button or menu item to scan a
CD/DVD,load and display EVERYTHING
at the same time,using separate tabs
or window panes.
(i.e. one window pane for each CD region)

3) A single button to burn or save everything
as a PROJECT = collection of image files

4) Single button to LOAD an entire project
(collection of image files)

5) The concept of individul image files
should be unimportant to the casual
user, who only needs to consider
the disk regions and their content.

5) Different context menus should be provided
for each region (tab or window pane),
relevant to the corresponding CD region,
to operate with individual image files
when necessary:

RIP, SCAN, LOAD, SAVE, EXPORT, IMPORT, CONVERT...

and

to configure any technical parametters relevant
to that region of the target disk.

6) In the present form UltraISO is powerfull but
(very) dificult to use,

Easy boot is virtually unusable.


Author's Response:
Thank you MJS for your comments and suggestions.




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