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iReboot – helps to reboot into any OS with a single click

iReboot is a nifty utility for multi- boot Windows system and is quite useful when we need to reboot into other OS, for instance from Windows 7 to XP.

Generally this requires a long process - pressing restart, waiting for Windows to shut down, waiting for your BIOS to post, and then selecting the operating system you want to boot into….

iReboot from NeoSmart Technologies' solve this long process, just select any OS entry from iReboot and let it do the rest.

iReboot is a freeware tool (Windows XP/Vista/Seven) and requires only 400KB of memory for working. Just install it; it will sit on the system tray.

Right click on it and activate ‘Reboot on Selection’ option. Now onwards you can reboot into any OS from the system tray by selecting the OS. Download [via]


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