How To Bios In Windows 10

BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is an essential component of your computer that helps in managing the basic operations of your hardware, such as booting up the operating system and configuring the hardware settings. Accessing BIOS can be quite useful when you need to troubleshoot issues or adjust settings for optimal performance.

In this blog post, we will walk you through the process of accessing BIOS in Windows 10. The approach may vary slightly depending on the brand and model of your computer, but the general steps should guide you through the process.

Step 1: Accessing the Boot Menu

There are two methods to access the boot menu in Windows 10.

Method 1: Using the Windows Settings

  1. Click on the Start button and select Settings (the gear icon).
  2. Choose Update & Security.
  3. Click on the Recovery tab on the left side.
  4. Under Advanced startup, click on Restart now.
  5. Your computer will restart and show a blue screen with options. Choose Troubleshoot.
  6. Select Advanced options.
  7. Click on UEFI Firmware Settings.
  8. Finally, click on the Restart button to enter BIOS.

Method 2: Using a Specific Key during Startup

Each computer manufacturer has a specific key or combination of keys that you need to press during startup to access the boot menu. Here are some common keys used by popular brands:

  • Asus: F2, F8, DEL
  • Acer: F2, DEL
  • Dell: F2, F12
  • HP: F10, ESC
  • Lenovo: F1, F2
  • MSI: DEL
  • Sony: F1, F2, F3
  • Toshiba: F1, F2, F12

When your computer starts, press the appropriate key(s) repeatedly to access the boot menu.

Step 2: Navigating the BIOS Interface

Once you have accessed the BIOS, use the arrow keys to navigate through various settings and options. Keep in mind that BIOS interfaces may differ slightly between manufacturers. Here are some common options you might encounter:

  • Main: Displays general system information and allows you to adjust the system date and time.
  • Advanced: Includes settings related to CPU, chipset, and onboard devices.
  • Boot: Allows you to modify the boot order and enable/disable boot devices.
  • Security: Provides options for setting administrator and user passwords.
  • Exit: Allows you to save or discard changes and exit the BIOS.

Step 3: Saving and Exiting

After making the necessary changes, it’s important to save them before exiting. Press the F10 key (or follow the on-screen instructions) to save your changes and exit the BIOS. Your computer will restart, and the new settings will take effect.

Note: Be cautious when changing settings in the BIOS, as incorrect configurations can cause issues with your computer. If you experience any problems after making changes, try resetting the BIOS to its default settings or consult your computer’s manual for further assistance.


Accessing the BIOS in Windows 10 is a relatively simple process, but it can be a powerful tool when troubleshooting or optimizing your computer’s performance. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you should be able to access your computer’s BIOS and make necessary adjustments with ease.