Time to display list of operating systems

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  1. Posts : 356
    Microsoft Windows 10 Professional (x64) Build 19042.928 (20H2)
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    Time to display list of operating systems


    This setting keep reverting itself back to the default 10 seconds. Can something be done?

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  2. Samuria's Avatar
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    Have you got fast start enabled
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  3. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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    bcdedit /timeout 60
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  4. bro67's Avatar
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    If only one OS, uncheck the box. If you want a better bootloader for multiple OS's, there are some good ones out there.
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  6. CountMike's Avatar
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    It's easiest from msconfig > BOOT.
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  7. Posts : 356
    Microsoft Windows 10 Professional (x64) Build 19042.928 (20H2)
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    Have you got fast start enabled
    No

    If only one OS, uncheck the box. If you want a better bootloader for multiple OS's, there are some good ones out there.
    It is a multiboot
    bcdedit /timeout 60
    Change Time to Display Operating Systems at Startup in Windows 10 | Tutorials
    It's easiest from msconfig > BOOT.
    These all seem to go about doing the same thing with a different method. Is one more effective than another?

    I could check the msconfig setting "Make all boot settings permanent", but what exactly would that confine me to, since there is no going back?
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  8. Posts : 356
    Microsoft Windows 10 Professional (x64) Build 19042.928 (20H2)
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    I changed the setting to 60 seconds check in msconfig > boot, but when I go back to Startup & Recovery, it still says 10 seconds
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  9. Posts : 1,391
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
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    CountMike said:
    It's easiest from msconfig > BOOT.
    but OP has to run the msconfig tool with admin privileges or the changes won't stick. goto Windows\System32 folder, right-click on the msconfig.exe file and choose Run as administrator

    NavyLCDR said:
    bcdedit /timeout 60
    must also run a command prompt with admin privileges first before using that command
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  10. CountMike's Avatar
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    I've set it to admin in it's properties.
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