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If after uninstalling another OS , or a bad incio OS , Windows begins to load the Windows Boot Manager.
You can disable this option.

1. Run Command Prompt as Administrator. Press Win+X or Right Click on Start botton to bring up the power menu, and choosing Command Prompt (Admin) command from the list.

2. Run this command:

bcdedit /set {bootmgr} displaybootmenu no

3. Now reboot for apply the changes

4. If you need the Windows Boot Manager Back, run this command:

bcdedit /set…


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