If you install Windows 7 on a computer that has a different operating system, you will find a boot menu during start-up of the system which prompts you to choose the operating system to run.
If you are completely switched to Windows 7 you'll probably want to remove the old operating system from the initial display during boot. This increases the speed of loading and prevents errors at the choice of operating system to start.
Users of Windows 7 who want to eliminate, modify or add items on the boot menu can use the MSCONFIG utility in Windows 7. But using “EasyBCD” is much more easier and offers so many additional features..
The program allows you to remove, edit and add entries in the operating system boot menu of Windows 7. It 'easy to remove an existing entry by opening the Add / Remove, select the operating system that must be removed and click the Delete button.
The application also allows you to set other parameters like the bootloader timeout and other advanced options such as the DEP, debug options or limits of the CPU and physical memory. The program also offers a backup option in case you need to get the configuration in case of emergency.
Using it is simple and also allows you to easily manage even the boot operating systems like Linux, Mac OS X, BSD, etc.. Download EasyBCD