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How do you set Ubuntu as the default operating system after you have installed Ubuntu with the Windows Ubuntu Installer?

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marked as duplicate by Salem, belacqua, Seth, Eric Carvalho, Raja Mar 5 '13 at 2:10

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I normally use a program called EasyBCD to change the boot entries. You can choose Ubuntu to be the default OS in that program. More info here

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Why install a program to do something that is very easily available as a Windows setting? Unless you're adding custom boot entries (but that is not what was asked). – bcbc Mar 4 '13 at 21:27

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