iReboot, Most Efficient Way To Boot Another OS

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If you are a computer geek, it’s normal if your computer have more than one operating system. Like computer of mine, i have Windows Vista, Ubuntu and Backtrack. All in different partition. And i’m using Grub as a boot manager. But i put Windows Vista as default boot. Grub gives 60 seconds timeout as default before it boot to default OS.

But it’s very often for me to missed the Grub menu and automatically boot to Vista. Of course this is a little bit annoying and wasting my time. To solve this you can use iReboot. It’s a free software from Neosmart Technologies. It’s a lightweight tool to help you choose OS to boot from Windows. Works well in Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. But this tools is not available on Linux yet. But if you are in Linux and most of the time i want to reboot to windows, so i don’t need this tool then (at least in my case).

iReboot screenshot

So with this iReboot tools no need to pressing restart on windows, wait BIOS to post and wait until the Grub menu appears and select another OS. All just in 2 click with iReboot, choose your operating system and press restart.

You can download iReboot here.

It’s that easy, isn’t it?

Recent Comments

  1. Tej Kohli says:

    We can USE it on Windows also .. or Its Mac Version .. I want to use Windows XP and Widows 7 at the same time

  2. iReboot only on Windows. If you want to use XP and Windows 7 at the same time, use vmware instead.

  3. Hlovewa says:

    i like it

  4. PR feeder says:

    is this now available in linux mint? i want linux mint together with windows7.

  5. iReboot only work on Windows. It is just a Grub replacement.

  6. i want linux mint together with windows7.

  7. ROSA says:

    Hey, thanks dude, this was useful!

  8. man suit says:

    i just tried this software. its so easy to use. why do you want to use linux mint? try using a virtual box and install a wondows then install this software. :)

  9. Mens Suit says:

    i need to try this out.

  10. My computer also have many operating system.like Windows Vista, Ubuntu and Backtrack. So I will try the IReboot.

  11. tapety says:

    greate post!

  12. Thanks mate :)

  13. replica jerseys says:

    nice article and thanks for sharing

  14. Sport Hats says:

    Reading this post reminds me of my old room mate! He always kept talking about this.

  15. Man Suits says:

    really? i better try to install UBuntu with my windows 7.

  16. Sometimes a Windows install can get corrupted or compromised in such a way that it’s hard to correct without removing the hard drive and using another computer and Operating System to fix it

  17. i dont think we need to worry too much linux. if it works well vista and windows 7, i would be more than happy.

  18. In addition to zippy start times, Phoenix claims that its quick-start environment doesn’t use as much power as a full operating system like Windows. According to the company, both versions of HyperSpace are capable of improving a machine’s battery life by up to 30% because while HyperSpace is working, Windows is automatically set into sleep mode, fewer things are happening in HyperSpace compared with Windows, and the processor is operating at a lower speed.

  19. ive been using ireboot for months now and i like it. ive been running 2 windows version. xp and win7. need to give this thumbs up!

  20. thanks bro..i would appreciate your blog ..if you can give a guest copy here ?

  21. According to the company, both versions of HyperSpace are capable of improving a machine’s battery life by up to 30% because while HyperSpace is working. its so easy to use. why do you want to use linux mint? try using a virtual box and install a wondows then install this software.

  22. keep posting more and more content

  23. Thanks for captivating the time to converse this, I feel powerfully about it and love learning more on this subject. If probable, as you gain proficiency, would you mind updating your blog with additional information? It is very helpful for me.

  24. it is always a great experience to read your blog post again and again

  25. thank you, i think many people installed more than one OS, windows xp and win 7 is the most used OS.

  26. nice post,thanks for sharing.

  27. Informative post. Thanks for sharing the download link along with the post. Keep posting.

  28. John says:

    That's a nifty piece of software, I'll have to give it a try and see if it feeds my nerdy needs! Thanks a bunch!

  29. Couldn't agree more…Had a post already written about this too, (good job i checked around first)never mind.It is a really good tune though. Here's hoping more labels wise up and do this.

  30. Anyone know how to get Mac OS X to boot into Boot Camp without having to be there? Like when you're in Boot Camp and you can choose "Restart in Mac OS X"?

  31. baidu says:

    good

  32. I use grub and always am missing the selection screen. Thanks man I really needed this.

  33. cheap ghds says:

    I use grub and always am missing the selection screen. Thanks man I really needed this.

  34. Carte ds says:

    Thanks, but can it be used to reboot cell phones?

  35. couldn't agree more !

  36. Great website. Thanks for sharing such a useful information with us.

  37. Marjorie Deiss says:

    Thank you Ivan for this tip I'm going to install iReboot that will be a time saver.
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  38. Hehe, I only have one OS. But I will tell my friends about iReboot:)

  39. Jenny says:

    Cool software, I always get all geeky for a new piece of code.

  40. Wow, I didnt know about iReboot thanks for sharing.

  41. If you are having issues with your PC where it keeps rebooting randomly, or if you see a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) containing an indecipherable error message before the reboot, then there is a mild cause for alarm with your current setup.

  42. Thanks man I really needed this. It is a really good tune though. Here's hoping more labels wise up and do this.

  43. thanks for this,i will try it

  44. Awesome – it would be great if they could bring out a program like this for the iPad. I still yearn for the day i can install ubuntu on my ipad.

  45. Great advice, I'm having a lot of trouble so this will help me a great deal.

  46. thanks for the post, i like it and i add my bookmark, thank you very much

  47. Really useful thank you for sharing.

  48. rent a car says:

    Thanks for post..

  49. Hello,
    Some of my friend told me about it,but I did not take it seriously,but now I think he was right.I am also interested in installing two types of os basically vista and linux.
    Thanks for this information.

  50. I never tried this one but I would love to get to learn it more and how it operates.

  51. USB 3G says:

    Oh, nice information!

  52. Anonymous says:

    This is an excellent information…iBoot sounds to be a most useful tool. I did not understand about it completely, so I will ask some of my admin friends to check this out and let me know how I can use it.
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  53. thanks,that's cool tools.

  54. Nice blog..I think Ireboot is the most efficient way to boot another OS .
    Thanks.

  55. Richmond says:

    I was using System commander for a long time to managed few OS'es. Worked fine for me.

  56. IReboot is amazing and excellent. It’s highly useful for me as I have to shuffle between operating systems for my work. Great Post!

  57. IReboot is a great tool , i have used and it was very helpfull

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  59. I have used IReboot for quite awhile. I tried using virtual machine to change OS in less than a minute. I Use VirtualBox. Its free and easy to install. Workd with most OS's too. :-) try IReboot first before trying VirtualBox

  60. ireboot is great tool

  61. iPad case says:

    ireboot is a nice tool. It is very helpful for me most of the time. Thanks for this post.

  62. It is great I agree

  63. As you can see, it is not only possible, but there are quite a few ways to go about it. You could use the laptop’s built-in recovery partition, or you could use an install disc, or you could just roll it back to it’s infancy.

  64. I have heard about iRobot but this is the first time I am hearing about iReboot. Thanks for this information.

  65. This is an excellent information…iBoot sounds to be a most useful tool. I did not understand about it completely, so I will ask some of my admin friends to check this out and let me know how I can use it.

  66. so how much faster is ireboot than a real system restart ?

  67. Hy i fiew moment time to reboot will make juste one second , the time we have to wait will finish with new generation of computer

  68. Great advice, I'm having a lot of trouble so this will help me a great deal.

  69. Thank you for this great tool that I am looking for

  70. artoha says:

    che… Fine :[

  71. Serhio says:

    I know, how it is necessary to act, write in personal

  72. Credit says:

    Ireboot is highly useful for using multiples operating systems !

  73. Ireboot not work in every OS

  74. If you look at the source article you will see that he does have 2 Windows 7 partitions in the actual Boot Manager. I bet one's for porn.

  75. This is an excellent information…thanks.now i can test my disqus login…….

  76. i've never heard of ireboot. i know there's a command line that will do the trick too.

  77. I heard Ireboot isn't working in every OS.

  78. feyt talu says:

    iReboot looks good

  79. Nice post all about OS interesting.

  80. Thanks Ivan

  81. Bob says:

    Nice post,Thanks for sharing

  82. Woody says:

    It's very detail,I like it very much

  83. Tom says:

    No agree more

  84. iReboot sounds good.I haven't tried keeping so many types of OS.But knowledge should be there.Thanks for the post.

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