How to make the boot manager remember the last choice when there are two or more windows10 boot item?

江辉 张 1 Reputation point

I haved installed dual windows10 on my computer. One thing make me exhausted is that I need to stare at the screen every time when I turn on my computer. In most cases, I will choose the same OS. But I cannot find the way to set the boot manager to remember my last choice. Especially when windows10 updating, it will reboot many time, and I have to stare at screen, wait to choose boot item, make sure don't miss any of them.

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Windows 10: A Microsoft operating system that runs on personal computers and tablets.Setup: The procedures involved in preparing a software program or application to operate within a computer or mobile device.
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  1. Teemo Tang 11,371 Reputation points

    Type msconfig in search box to call out System Configuration interface.
    Move to Boot tab, set the usual-used Windows 10 as the default OS.
    Next, go to System Properties, Advanced, Startup and Recovery, Settings, uncheck Time to display list of operating systems option.


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  2. Kapil Arya 7,946 Reputation points MVP


    The only option for dual boot that is provided is to set a default OS. You can set it either using System Configuration (msconfig) or via System Properties (sysdm.cpl). Unfortunately, there is no setting to remember the last boot selection, AFAIK.


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