Tag Archives: Grub Customizer

How to Configure Startup Boot Menu in Ubuntu 19.10

This quick tutorial shows Ubuntu beginners how to easily configure the default Grub boot manager in Ubuntu 19.10 desktop. Without struggling with Linux commands and various configuration files, an open-source software Grub Customizer offers a graphical interface to configure Grub (or BURG) settings and menu entries. 1. First open Ubuntu Software, search for and install the Grub Customizer. 2. Then ...

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How to Install Grub Customizer in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

For those who need to modify the default Grub boot-loader settings, Grub Customizer is a useful tool with a graphical user interface. With grub customizer, you can: Rearrange, add, remove, rename boot menu entries. Hide or show boot menu while starting up. Change the default boot entry. Edit kernel parameters. Change the time delay to boot the default entry. Change ...

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How to Install Grub Customizer in Ubuntu 17.04

Grub Customizer, one of the must install applications, has made the official binary packages for Ubuntu 17.04 a few days ago. Grub Customizer is a graphical interface to configure the GRUB2/BURG settings and menu entries. It features: move, remove or rename menuentries edit the contents of menuentries or create new ones (internally it edits the 40_custom) support for GRUB2 and ...

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How to Install Grub Customizer in Ubuntu 16.10

Grub Customizer is an open source tool to configure the Grub 2 boot-loader appearances and settings with a simple graphical interface. With Grub Customizer, you can easily: add, remove, edit, rearrange Grub menu entries. Change default entry, visibility, timeout, kernel parameters. Change the resolution, background image, edit the font and color, etc. Reinstall Grub into MBR, so to load Ubuntu ...

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How to Change Grub2 Boot Order in Ubuntu 16.04

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Dual-boot or even multi-boot Ubuntu with other operating systems? You may wish to change which OS starts as default in the Grub2 boot-loader. If you’ve booted into Ubuntu, you can change the boot order via two ways: use Grub-Customizer, a graphical tool. configure Grub2 manually via a few commands. Set Default OS by Manually configuring Grub: For those who don’t ...

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