The GRUB (GRand Unified Bootloader) is a boot loader that can boot many operating systems.
This program configures the GRUB so that it can be installed inside an NTFS or FAT partition
on Windows NT/2K/XP, and can be loaded from the default bootloader NTLDR.
This means that you can safely install this bootloader and remove it,
without ever touching the MBR and risking any problem with your disk.
21 JUN 04: release 1.01.
incorporated small bugfix for NTFS from author
25 MAR 04: release 1.0.
no actual changes. There have been no bug reports for over 1 month,
so I consider this version 1.0. There are no features to add,
so this is the final release for now.