Guide How To Boot into BIOS in Windows 10


In this tutorial, we will guide you how to boot into BIOS in windows 10 to check the System information. Simply follow this guide and you will be able to access your BIOS on Windows 10.

What is BIOS?

B-I-O-S stands for “basic-input-output-system.” It is a program a PC microprocessor uses to start up the computer system after you press the button to turn the personal computer on.


(Funny enough, BIOS in greek means “life”).

BIOS also manages data flow between the operating system of the computer and attached devices, like the mouse, printer, keyboard, and hard disk.


Guide How To Boot into BIOS in Windows 10

Simple Steps To Access your BIOS on Windows 10:

Step 1: Go to settings of your windows 10.

Step 2: Then go to Update & Security option and select it.


Step 3: In update & security panel, click on the recovery option.

Step 4: In recovery window, Under Advance start-up, select “Restart Now”.

Step 5: Then click on Troubleshoot.

Step 6: Then click on Advanced options.

Step 7: Then select UEFI Firmware settings.


Is BIOS hardware or software?

BIOS is software that works with the hardware. It is stored on a chip that is part of the computer’s motherboard. It is basically a set of instructions.

Should you update BIOS?

Experts recommend that you should only update BIOS (or mess with it at all) unless there is a very specific, clear reason for doing so (meaning that you are experiencing a problem).

Will a BIOS update delete anything?

BIOS is software, separate and apart from the hard drive data. Doing a BIOS update should not delete files.

What is a motherboard?

It is a printed circuit board, located on the back or deep down at the bottom of the computer tower (or inside the laptop). It distributes the power and facilitates communication between all of the various hardware parts.


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