Do you need to change your PC’s boot order or reset your system clock? Once you learn how to access your PC’s BIOS or UEFI (the updated version of the BIOS), making changes to the configuration is quick and easy. Entering the BIOS or UEFI varies from computer to computer, but the basic process is always the same.
1-Entering the BIOS requires you to restart your PC. Save your work and shut down other programs before you continue with this method.
2-Click Update & Security. It’s the icon of two curved arrows.
3-Click the Recovery tab. It’s in the left column.
4-Click Restart Now under “Advanced startup.” It’s in the right panel, although you may need to scroll down a little to find this button.
5-Click Troubleshoot on the menu. Additional menu options will appear.
6-Click UEFI Firmware Settings. It’s the icon of a microchip with a gear on it. A confirmation screen will appear.
7-Click Restart. This will restart your PC into the BIOS/UEFI.
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