How to make Windows boot first permanently

Created by delance on on 2011-06-21
boot Windows first
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delance on on 2011-07-13

If you change boot order manually in /etc/default/grub or via startup-manager, you will discover that each time a new kernel is delivered, Windows is moved in another place in menu. You need to force grub to put Windows at top position each time it rebuild its configuration.
For this use the following commands:
    cd /etc/grub.d
    sudo mv 30_os-prober 09_os-prober
    sudo update-grub
and reboot.