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Old 25th November 2017, 08:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Bevdeforges View Post
Basically it's a bootloader - intended for those who want to have two different OS on the same hard disk. Usually used for putting both Linux and Windows onto the machine. You don't really need it if you're happy with using just Windows.
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Hi Bev,

Thanks for the reply. I wasn't sure and could not find anywhere if it's safe to remove the program. It's quite small but was just concerned about privacy issues. I'm using only Windows so will probably go ahead and remove it.


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