Plenty of PC users around have installed a version of Windows with another version of Windows operating system in dual boot. For instance, right now, there are thousands of PC users out there who have installed Windows 10 in dual boot with Windows 7.
Those of you who ever installed Windows in dual-boot or triple boot will know that waiting for the boot selection menu or commonly known as boot menu is a boring job after restarting the computer.
This happens when you have to set a version of Windows as the default operating system in the boot menu but want to reboot into the other version. For instance, if you have set Windows 8.1 as the default OS in the boot menu and want to boot into the Windows 10, you need to wait for the boot selection menu after restarting your PC to select it.
Would not it be nice if there was an easier way to select the version of Windows that you want boot into even before restarting the PC? Yes, there is a free tool out there to do just that.
Reboot easily with iReboot 2.0
iReboot (of course, this software has nothing to do with Apple) is a free software designed to help you quickly reboot into from one operating system to another. iReboot app sites in the system tray, and all you need to do is select the operating system that you want to boot into in order to reboot your PC and automatically boot into the selected operating system.
In simple words, with iReboot installed, you no longer need to wait for the boot menu.
This is not the first time we are talking about iReboot here on IntoWindows. The reason for this time is the release of version 2.0 of iReboot. Yes, iReboot 2.0 final version has been released after close to five years of beta testing!
The newest version of iReboot has many new configurable options and is better in many ways. The biggest improvement is the reduced memory footprint. When it comes to features department, a checkmark now appears next to the selected operating system (appears when you right-click on the system tray icon of iReboot) to help users know the target for the next boot. In addition that, it now allows you configure the default operating system (you no longer need EasyBCD for that) in the boot menu.
Visit the following page to download the newest version of iReboot. iReboot is compatible with all recent versions of Windows from Windows 7 to Windows 10.
Note that iReboot is free for personal and non-commercial use only.