Prevent Ubuntu from automatically starting up after 10 secs with dual-boot [duplicate]

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I have a pc with Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04, set as dual-boot. The pc came with Win10 and I installed Ubuntu on it recently.

Everything works ok, but when booting the computer I have only 10 seconds to select an option, if I don’t do anything within those 10 seconds Ubuntu starts automatically. I usually only use Windows so I prefer that to act as primary OS.

Is it possible to either set Windows as the default selected option, or disable the 10-secs timer?

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