Here’s another tool for hacking multiboot menus, and even more
about the way that Vista starts up. It’s more powerful than
EasyBCD, with plenty more options. A particularly nice feature is
that it lets you back up all your boot information — called the
BCD store — before you begin making any changes. That way, it’s
easy to restore your system should things go awry.
With this program, you’ll be able to change the order of the
boot menu that appears when your PC starts; set any operating
system to be the default; rename any of your operating system list
entries; and change the amount of time the menu displays before you
boot into your default operating system. There’s more as well,
including quite a few esoteric options, such as debugging the boot
process, enabling or disabling the boot GUI mode, allowing or
disallowing the use of unsigned drivers in the 64-bit version of
Windows Vista, and similar options.
Note: This link takes you to the vendor’s site, where you
can download the latest version of the software.