If you have multiple operating systems installed on your computer, then you know how irritating alternating between them can be. So, instead of restarting your computer, waiting for Windows to shut down, waiting for BIOS and then selecting the desired OS you want to boot into, you can perform the switch with only one click of your mouse with the help of apps like iReboot.
Having a multiboot configuration is certainly useful if you operate apps that don’t work on newer versions of the OS or simply want to keep your computer divided, since software installed on one operating system can’t be run by the other.
So, iReboot is an application that saves you a lot of time. Basically, the software “retires” to the taskbar immediately after installation, barely touching your computer resources. Clicking on the icon triggers a small menu that shows you all the operating systems installed on your computer.
All you need to do is click the name of the OS you want your computer to reboot into and then wait patiently for a few minutes. Thus, you bypass the more traditional methods of making the switch.
This saves you a lot of time and enables you to tend to other business while your computer is restarting. This is certainly a better alternative to keeping an eagle eye on your screen, trying not to miss the BIOS prompt.
The app doesn’t have much of an interface, or an extensive options list, but, then again, it doesn’t need them. The overall simplicity makes iReboot easy to use by everyone, no matter their level of expertise.