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rEFIt is a graphic startup menu for MAc computers according to EFI Standard (those ones powered by Intel chipsets) that allows you to run any Operating System installed in the machine.
It's compatible with BootCamp, and rEFIt features an icon of each OS it detects. Use the arrows and 'Enter' key to select the one you want to run. Press F2 or ' ' to access settings of each volume. You can also use the initial letter of each OS to run that Operating System, we mean, M for MAc, W for Windows and L for Linux.
The installation is pretty easy, although it can be done in several ways. It's recommendable to use the installer. Be careful, Mac OS updates can disable rEFIt, so you'll have to enable it again.
If you are using Leopard and rEFIt Menu doesn't appear, you chould execute the file named '' you'll find in the following folder: uptodown -> efi -> refit. Execute it using Terminal by typing ./ right before the filename.
  • Like rEFIt, rEFInd is a boot manager, meaning that it presents a menu of options to the user when the computer first starts up, as shown below. REFInd is not a boot loader, which is a program that loads an OS kernel and hands off control to it. (Since version 3.3.0, the Linux kernel has included a built-in boot loader, though, so this.
  • Download the latest version of rEFIt for Mac. Startup and maintenance menu for Intel chipset powered Macs. REFIt is a graphic startup menu for MAc computers.

Refit currently supports the following platforms and any.NET Standard 2.0 target: UWP; Xamarin.Android; Xamarin.Mac; Xamarin.iOS; Desktop.NET 4.6.1.NET Core; Uno Platform; Note about.NET Core. For.NET Core build-time support, you must use the.NET Core 2 SDK. You can target any supported platform in your library, long as the 2.0+ SDK is. Install rEFIt: Download the rEFIt DMG, open it, and double-click the rEFIt.mpkg file inside it to install.

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For Intel ÇChipset MAc computers.
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