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Just in case you have more than one operating system on your computer, you know how painful and annoying is to reboot your computer into another OS. In fact, you have to turn your computer off, wait for Windows to shut down and reboot and choose your new OS. If you don’t have any time to lose and wish to reboot your machine quickly, I have just got a free solution for you!

iReboot is a simple, effective software which simplfy the life of those users who have more than one operating system on their computers. Reading from the official website: “.iReboot sits in your taskbar at startup (only taking up 400KB of memory!) and lets you choose which operating system you want to reboot into. Instead of pressing restart, waiting for Windows to shut down, waiting for your BIOS to post, then selecting the operating system you want to boot into (within the bootloader time-limit!); you just select that entry from iReboot and let it do the rest! If you liked EasyBCD, you’ll just love iReboot!”

iReboot is compatible with all versions of Windows!

If you want to know more or if you want to download the software, click here.

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4 Comments to “How to Reboot your Computer into Another OS in One Click”

  1. hatsa Says:

    It seems that it doesn’t work on 64-bit XP!

  2. Grr Says:

    Thanks seems to be a useful tool..

  3. Mathiew Says:

    Must say EasyBCD are a really great help to have and use when repair and rebuild boot entries, it saved alot of work for me many times.
    Looking forward on the next release which will be more compatible with Windows 7 even if this version from April 8 2008 still works.

    For those who interested in testing the tools from NeoSmart Technologies – The easiest way is to download EasyBCD –
    iReboot is included in the kit.

  4. ha14 Says:

    This is a small nice tool, some people installs many falvors of linux with windows, they end like 20-30 os, does ireboot still be used.

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