The Boot Configuration Data (BCD) file has been part of Windows since the Vista days.
It’s not a file that many people will come across on a regular basis, but it’s vital to your operating system. If the BCD file is accidentally deleted or becomes corrupted, your entire Windows operating system could fail to load.
If something does go wrong, and your unfortunate enough not to have a backup, you might need to perform a clean install of Windows to get your computer up and running again. Not only does this mean endless hours lost to reinstalling all your apps, but you […]