When you install Windows (Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8) for the first time, by default it assigns your entries two names: “Microsoft Windows” for the newly installed entry, and “Legacy Versions of Windows” for older (Windows XP and under) entries that may or may not have existed. From the “Configure Boot” screen, it is possible to rename any entry to your liking. This is especially advisable because of the overly-generic default descriptor.
You can rename an entry to anything you like and there is no limit on name length. However, keep in mind that the entries will be displayed on a low-res 800×600 bootloader screen, and it doesn’t take much for words to scroll off the side of your monitor. Keep it short and simple: it’ll look great and you’ll be able to know what you’re actually booting into.
To rename an entry, simply select the one to be changed from the drop-down list, and either double-click on the text or click on the “Rename” button in the top-right corner, then enter the new name of your liking in the text box below it. Pressing either the <enter> key or the “Save Settings” button will commit your changes to the BCD store, and EasyBCD will automatically re-scan the bootloader and incorporate any changes just made to entry names.