Window 10’s Bios, you are in the right place.
Accessing Windows 10 Bios
Initially BIOS on windows used to be accessible by hitting F1 or F2 as the computer powered on. If you own a device
that’s been made in the past four to five years, it probably turns on too fast to hit a key in time. That’s where this guide picks up.
Another important information: newer pcs typically contain a newer version of BIOS called User Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI). UEFI is expected to completely replace BIOS eventually.
Now, let’s dive into how to get to your Windows 10 BIOS.
Step 1. Navigate to settings. You can get there by clicking the gear icon on the Start menu.
Step 3. Select Recovery from the left menu.
Step 5. Click Troubleshoot
Step 6. Click Advanced options
Step 7. Select UEFI Firmware Settings. If you don’t see this icon, then press Startup Settings, instead. When your PC is restarting, tap F1 (or F2) to access the BIOS.
Step 8. Click Restart