The problem is at boot time, Ubuntu was take place as the default OS on the list and I have to always move the cursor to Windows 7 entry. And to be honest I never like the purple background on GRUB.
To customize your GRUB to look more personal, tidy, and set the default OS to Windows 7, here I give you a simple tips to change it:
- Boot into your Ubuntu OS (I use Ubuntu LTS 12:04 - 64 bit)
- Open a terminal, then install Grub Customizer with the following command:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:danielrichter2007/grub-customizer
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install grub-customizer
- Run Grub Customizer (you need to enter your administrator password here)
- In the appeared list, uncheck the entries that you do not want to be displayed.
- Click the Preferences toolbar, the Settings dialog will shows up
- On the General tab, line Default Entry, select the OS Windows 7 on the dropdown menu
- Move to the Appearance tab, you can customize the GRUB screen like color and font type, and can put a background image
- Close and Save. Please reboot, and you'll get a more personalized GRUB screen, neat and of course the default OS option on Windows 7
Thanx for Daniel Richter for making this great tool