If you have more than one operating system on your PC, then you know pretty well that the BootManager is that handy application which displays what OS to choose for a handful of seconds (usually 30 secs). Right after that, it will boot the default operating system. Here is a cool trick to increase or decrease the time the Bootmanager uses to show you its options.
- Click Start.
- In the Search Field, type CMD
- Now, in order to use such a tool with Admin privileges, right click the CMD icon, and choose “Run As Administrator”.
- Now, on the black CMD window type bcdedit /timeout <seconds_you_want_to_set> ex: bcdedit /timeout 25
- Exit the CMD.
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