Only yesterday Fred Langa mentioned one:
9) Multiboot Manager
Dear Fred: OSL2000, is a slick multi boot manager that allows up to 100 bootable partitions, multiple copies of the same system, boot from a second hard drive, boot from a logical partition and more. I'm using it now to boot Win98FE from a second primary partition on my new 40G Hitachi drive with an 8meg buffer that turned my aging 300mhz Dell Inpsiron 7000 laptop into a screamer. My next step is to install Win98SE over a copy of my working system and give it a tryout, then move onto installing Linux.
With the new drive and OSL2000 it's like a whole new machine. You can find OSL2000 at click here it's shareware with nag screen until you subscribe.
Thank you for the great publication.--Arn
Thanks Arn. Just to keep terms straight--- a boot manager lets you select which of several (or many) OSes to boot to. Your PC can have many OSes installed, and you run them one at a time; each OS "owns" the PC while it's running.
A Virtual PC ( click here ) also lets you have many OSes on your PC, but they run concurrently--- you can have several OSes going at the same time, and jump between them.
Both ways have their strengths and weaknesses; both ways let you have multiple OSes on one system--- which is very handy, any way you do it! <g>