Changing Dual-Boot Option

If you installed Windows 2000 and another operating system, you may have opted for Dual-Boot. By default, Windows 2000 makes itself the default option when booting, and displays the menu for 30 seconds.


To change this : 

  • Right-click on My Computer and select Properties

  • Select the Advanced tab

  • Then click the Startup & Recovery button. 

  • From there, you can select which operating system boots first by default

  • You can also change the length of time that the windows menu will count down.

  • Once done click "OK" and reboot to test

 

 

 

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