it is feature request i would like to find in netxt
the abillity to configurate, add/delete partitions to
the list and all other existing settings over a win32
application, would be great.
primary i wish it on windows but there are Linux and
Mac to ^^
Another possible solution for this problem would be to
provide the possibility to write the task which had to
be performed into some kind of script file; this file
would then, as soon as the boot manager starts, be
executed automatically, requiring absolutely no user
As a result, a log file could be created; which the
user then could view and read as soon as the OS is up
This method would not require you to write a
configuration interface for all possible Operating
Systems, so even the people using a screen reader would
not have to use a certain OS.
- situations happen you're running an OS and want to
config the boot manager and dont have to boot up for it
the computer each time.
- more important is, sight impaired people who cant
read visually the screen have applications and tools
helping them like screen reader. the problem is,
existing screenreaders only after OS Boot up.