And that fits with the design experience MS goes for?
Hey, 3 questions during install.
* Whats your name?
* Whats the computer name?
* We detected a 438-byte bootsector on your storage device with SHA-1 c12e41289e4a294e6bd182ea7eef8a0cf50e329e and MD5 6f33616ed73ca29926ef69670e1a9880. Would you like to overwrite this with the Windows 7 bootloader, or would you prefer to start up a hex editor so that you can locate the sectors where your bootloader configuration is and manually edit in an entry to load the BOOTMGR at sector 41290?
I look forward to this option being added in Windows 10. Its so much more reasonable than taking 2 minutes to reinstall the bootsector of your choice with a live CD!