Edit Grub StartUp Manager Options
Grub StartUp Manager is a program that allows you to adjust the GRUB boot loader, GRand Unified Bootloader. Boot Loader is the first software program that runs when a computer start up.
GRUB is the reference implementation of the Multiboot Specification, which provides a user the choice to boot one of multiple operating systems installed on a computer
It allows you to change the system default primary log in and set the delay time in seconds.
I’ll show you how to Edit Grub StartUp Manager Options to start direct without time delay.
First check that the Grub Startup Manager is installed, if not, install it with these options.
The easiest way how to install Grub StartUp-Manager in Linux OS open the Terminal and copy there the following command
sudo apt-get install startupmanager
Other installation options in Linux Mint or Ubuntu are with the, Software Manager and Package Manager
Open StartUp Manager Programme. This will prompt for root password, type it and click ok.
GRUB default Boot options is normally, Timeout in seconds 10. If you have only one operating system on your computer and you want that it to starts up faster, change the Timeout in seconds to 0 zero.
This is how to Edit Grub StartUp Manager Options to start up with your favorite OS.
If you have multiple operating systems installed on your computer, and want to start up with some special OS, change the Default operating system from drop down and select it. When you are finished, close the Grub StartUp Manager
Various Linux Distros GRUB with dual-boot options are normally set to 10 seconds timeout. In that time you have to select the operating system with the arrow keys and press Enter.
GRUB is highly portable. It supports multiple executable formats, and is geometry translation independent. GRUB supports all commonly used Unix file systems, VFAT and NTFS used by Windows.