In order to perform some tasks on a Windows computer and change some settings, you need to enter the BIOS section. There are different ways to get to this part, which we will discuss below.
At the beginning, we should say that most new computers use UEFI instead of BIOS, which offers more features. But since many users still refer to it as BIOS, we use the term BIOS for both in this article.
Entering BIOS Keystroke Computer
One of the easiest ways to enter the BIOS is to press one of the keys when the system boots. When you turn on the system, a logo is usually displayed, which is located in the part of this keyboard related to entering the BIOS section. On most computers this is the F2 key, but if that doesn't work, you'll need to find this key using the brand of your laptop or motherboard (for desktop systems) and searching the Internet. If for any reason this method is not successful, you can use the next two methods. strong>
In Windows 11, you can easily go to the BIOS section through the Settings section. To do this, first press the Windows+i keys and then go to the system section.
In this section Click on the Recovery option.
Finally, in the Advanced Startup section, click on Restart Now.p>
Then you will see the message We'll Restart Your Device So Save Your Work, you should click on the Restart Now option
Finally, the Choose an Option page will be displayed. In this section, go to Troubleshoot> Advanced Options> UEFI Firmware Settings and click on the Restart option. This will take you to the BIOS settings section.
Enter the BIOS computer using Command Prompt
Among other ways to enter this section, we can mention using Command Prompt or PowerShell. First of all, type Command Prompt in the start menu and click on the displayed option.
In this environment, you should type the following command and then press Enter.shutdown /r/o /f /t 00
On the Choose an Option page, you should go to Troubleshoot> Advanced Options> Go to UEFI Firmware Settings and finally click on the restart option.
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Source: How to Geek