Control Multiple OS Boot
Control Multiple OS Boot – When you have multiple operating systems installed on your computer, you will have to pick an OS to boot into each time you turn on your computer. Learn how to eliminate the screen altogether or reduce the amount of time the computer gives you before it picks the default operating system to boot into.
Why would you want to do this?
Multiple OS Boot saves time if you’re mostly booting into one operating system. For example, I have a multi-boot setup consisting of XP & Windows 7. Most of the time, I use Windows 7 but I still want to keep my XP OS until I install the retail Windows 7.
1) Open the Start Menu, right click on Computer, and select Properties
2) Select Advanced System Settings from the sidebar
3) Click on Settings under Startup and Recovery
4) If you want to skip the boot selection screen completely, uncheck the box beside Time to display list of operating systems
If you just want to decrease the amount of time it takes for the boot selection screen to stay open, just change the number of seconds in the box beside.
There you have it simple & quick. Enjoy!