User Kevin Bowling shows us how to get FreeBSD and Windows to dual boot on a single machine. This method uses UEFI as the main bootloader. Follow the link provided for the full set of instructions.

bsdmag_photo_40371_20150828Somehow I’ve managed to mostly not care about UEFI until now. On my new laptop, I decided I should give it a go. There are some small benefits, nothing life changing, but booting multiple OSes is a lot easier, especially if they are UEFI-native, and you can get a nice frame buffer the boot manager and the OS can use before starting graphically (and after, if you don’t have accelerated graphics drivers).

For reference, how I run FreeBSD desktop/laptop: digital-life*

Full tutorial: https://bsdmag.org/freebsd_uefi_root/