How do I change the GRUB boot order?

I have both Windows 7 and Ubuntu installed on a shared machine. Because a lot of the non-developers use Windows, I’d like to change the boot order to make it easier for them.

Currently the boot order looks like the following:

  • Ubuntu 11.10 kernelgeneric *86
  • Ubuntu 11.10 kernelgeneric *86 (safe boot)
  • Memory test
  • Memory test
  • Windows 7 on /dev/sda6

How do I change the default order so that Windows 7 is at the top of the list?

  • Windows 7 on /dev/sda6
  • Ubuntu 11.10 kernelgeneric *86
  • Ubuntu 11.10 kernelgeneric *86 (safe boot)
  • Memory test
  • Memory test


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