The NvmExpressDxe driver comes built-in and preloaded into Next Loader, allowing you to install any OS and boot from NVMe on unsupported machines.
Compatible with the new GOP protocol included in the most recent Macs, allowing you to use your display at native resolution, even on a Retina Display.
Installs Windows without the need for Boot Camp or an optical drive, now you can install Windows in UEFI mode from a bootable USB drive.
Mac do not support the installation of Linux officially. Now you can not only install Windows, but also Linux and have multiple booting options.
Next Loader is highly customizable thanks to the built-in theme engine.
Next Loader is based on rEFInd and it's open source, released under the "GNU General Public License v3.0" license.
Use beautiful pre-built themes well designed and tailored for Next Loader to customize your boot loader. Next Loader also comes with an easy to use a built-in theme engine that allows you to design your own themes. Take complete control of your design, rather than being limited to a few little options.
Learn how to install, customize and test Next Loader on your Mac, as well as answers to frequently asked questions.Read Documentation
It's not a bug, it's an undocumented feature! 😀 Just kidding, Help us to improve the development by reporting the bug by opening an issue on our GitHub repository.Open Issue
* To use Next Loader on a Mac Pro or a Xserve, a Mac EFI graphics card is required, including the EVGA GTX 680 Mac Edition, Sapphire HD 7950 Mac Edition, or the standard graphics cards included with the Mac Pro.