Win 7 boot up

I want to cofigurate that 30 sec after i power the computer on it will boot to windows
And the countdown will be visible
Itzik HornsteinAsked:
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
If you have dual window OS, that time it will pop up to select. You can change it from Advance setting. Click start>my computer>right click properties>Advance system settings>advance>startup and recovery>click settings>Change time to display or increase the value, click apply>ok and restart.

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Itzik HornsteinAuthor Commented:
It's not dual os
AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
OK still you can change the time. By browsing to the path I gave above. It will show you with single OS also.
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
My first answer is correct and should be mark as answer.
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