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).
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?