Release Notes: A new option named "grub.cfg - Extract entries" was added. This option enables the loading of grub.cfg entries even if they were set up with a 0-second timeout by default. A new Exit menu enables the user to halt or reboot the machine. Among other improvements to the UI, the user can now see which option has been selected, and it is easier to return to previous menus.
Release Notes: A new option named 'Everything +' was added to make easier to boot into different operating systems. It probes all GRUB modules before trying to detect them. A more consistent UI has been implemented thanks to the mostly complete rewrite of internal scripts as libraries. Additional downloads for coreboot, i386-efi, i386-pc, ieee1275, and x86_64_efi platforms were added.
Release Notes: A new option named Everything was added to help boot into most anything bootable with a single enter. The user interface has suffered a global redesign. Now extra and manual options are in a submenu. Final boot options are also clearly distinguished.
Release Notes: x86_64-efi support was added. Now EFI files can be booted. FreeBSD boot was fixed so that it works fully again. OS detection script was improved to find and offer FreeBSD default boot loader as another boot option.
Release Notes: Some unnecessary seeks on floppy drives have been removed. Bootable ISO files are now detected in /boot/boot-isos, /boot-isos, /bootisos, and /boot/bootisos folders, which makes it possible to use FAT devices. Bad handling of console output modes that caused jitter when navigating through the menus was fixed.
Release Notes: Malay, German, French, and Spanish translations were added or updated. This disk is now based on Grub 2.00. Support for BSD and Sunpc partition tables was added. The translation system was updated to support characters other than ASCII. Options that let you enable some features are now organised into a submenu called "Enable extra GRUB2 functionality". Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Fedora’s grub.cfg (/boot/grub2 and /grub2 path), rewrites Lua scripts to cfg scripts so that they are more grub-friendly, adds color (which can be on or off), shows "Super Grub2 Disk" and its version at the main menu, adds a basic translation system, and translates Super Grub2 Disk to Spanish. It is based on Debian’s Grub 1.99.