VersionTabXP brings back the old Version tab from Windows 2000/XP/2003. with a few new features.
- supports ntldr/setupldr and bootmgr files
JFX, I forgot about the specific mention of "bootmgr" in your description...
So I want to ask you this question that I've asked on a few other topics as well (but nobody could ever answer it):
I'm quoting this from a question I posted elsewhere, I hope you don't mind:
"Can you explain the differences in
'bootmgr' (in the root of my Windows 10 iso)
'bootmgr' (in \sources\install.wim\1\Windows\Boot\PCAT\)
First one is 377 kB (386.976 bytes), Second one is 375 kB (384.322 bytes)
For example, SIW2's PE scripts use the second one, but I don't understand why, extracting it seems more work than just taking the one from the root (as other projects do)? Makes me think there has to be a reason to use the second one?
I'm using this for USB booting on BIOS systems, just trying to learn how it all works, seems all I need for BIOS is BOOTMGR, \Boot\boot.sdi, \Boot\BCD and the boot.wim? Once again, just trying to learn, no problems with getting stuff to work or anything. Thanks!"
So now it seems you're the only one left who could answer this question
Just to be clear: My answer is about two different versions/ sizes of this file *in the same iso*!!