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GNU GRUB, an abbreviation for GNU GRand Unified Bootloader, is a boot loader package from a free software, mass collaboration project (September 1983) by Richard Stallman of MIT. GNU GRUB provides the user with a choice to boot in any one of multiple OSs on a computer system, plus write new boot sequences.
GNU GRUB features include:
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