Aktuelle Version 0.9.6.3 - nun mit autoupdate.
Bei der Versionsvielfalt vielleicht gar nicht mal so schlecht....
**Current** Version 0.9.6.3 July 3, 2017
If you click the new Upgrade Grub2Win button, the
update routine will now automatically download the
latest Grub2Win install file from SourceForge.
It will then unzip the file and start the setup program.
Version 0.9.6.2 July 1, 2017
Minor enhancements to the version update routines.
Added a button to download the latest Grub2Win release.
Version 0.9.6.1 June 29, 2017
Fixed an error with the new four digit version numbers.
Version 0.9.6.0 June 28, 2017
The Grub2Win version numbers now have 4 digits instead of 3 digits.
Starting with this version "0.9.6.0".
The Older 3 digit versions have been expanded by adding
a "0." to the front.
Version 0.9.5.8 June 26, 2017
Enhanced the EFI partition scan routines.
The update log will now scroll instead of overflowing the screen.
Minor updates to the GUI and help files.
Version 0.9.5.7 June 19, 2017
Microsoft does not allow EFI partitions to reside on removable media such as
flash drives or SD memory cards.
Grub2Win encounters serious errors when attempting to update EFI partitions
on removable disks.
Grub2Win now checks each disk to see if it is removable.
It will now skip removable disks when updating the EFI modules.
Version 0.9.5.6 June 18, 2017
Cleaned up obsolete compatibility code that has not been
used for at least one year.
Minor updates to the update reminder routines and help files.
Version 0.9.5.5 June 15, 2017
Minor updates to the GUI.
Version 0.9.5.4 June 12, 2017
Grub2Win will now remind you to check for updates every 30 days after it is installed.
Using the GUI, the update reminder can be disabled, or set to 30, 60 or 90 days.
A button has been added to the main configuration screen
to manually check for updates.
Version 0.9.5.3 June 9, 2017
Minor fixes and enhancements to the GUI and help files.
Version 0.9.5.2 June 6, 2017
Grub2Win now ensures that the main directory (usually C:\grub2) is not compressed at setup time.
If the main directory is ever compressed, you will be given the option to
have the program de-compress the directory and restart.
Version 0.9.5.1 June 5, 2017
The BIOS and EFI boot modules have been updated to handle NTFS compression in most cases.
NTFS compression can still cause minor boot time errors in GNU Grub, so it is not recommended.
Grub2Win now checks whether the main directory (usually C:\grub2) is compressed.
If it finds the directory is compressed, a warning message is issued that
shows the command needed to uncompress the directory.
EFI users - your EFI modules will be updated to level 125.
Version 0.9.5.0 May 26, 2017