Turn off boot menu option


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How do I turn off the boot menu option? It slows down my system boot too much.
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From the Reflect user interface top menu, select Other Tasks --> Add Recovery Boot Menu Option --> No Menu

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You might also try to reduce the "count down" with EasyBCD. I adjusted it to 5 seconds.

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No third party utility is required to adjust that "count down" timing.  There is a setting for "Time to display list of operating systems" available within Windows itself.  Under the System Properties "Advanced" tab, just click the Startup and Recovery "Settings" button.

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That's right. However using EasyBCD brings back the "faster" BLACK boot menu.

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Setting or unsetting the new graphical boot handler as the default is just one of many "interesting" things that editing a system's boot configuration data store (with a visual BCD editor or otherwise) can do.  But it all depends on the data that is entered rather than any particular entry method or editing utility.  Windows own MSConfig utility can also do that job as well.  As for the original question about getting rid of Reflect's recovery boot option, however, the safest approach for most users IMO is via the Reflect application's own "Other Tasks" menu.

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