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1 Advance startup options Shift Restart

2 Restart options


4 The boot options have been consolidated in Windows 8 and 10 into a Hold Down Shift While Choosing Restart Instead of going all the way into the Settings screens, there is a faster way to access the boot options menu. Simply find the Shut down / Restart menu and hold down the SHIFT key while clicking on Restart. It’s as simple as that.

5 Advance Startup Options : If you can access Windows normally, the quickest way to start Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10 is via is Settings -> Update & Security - > Recovery. In Windows 8, try PC Settings -> Update and Recovery - > Recovery.

6 This even works if you haven’t logged into Windows at all, as long as you’re on the login screen and can access the restart menu. Once you’ve done this, instead of fully rebooting, the blue boot options menu displays. To access the options for refreshing or resetting your PC or to use the advanced tools, click Troubleshoot


8 Three Ways to Access Windows 8or 10 Boot options


10 System Restore: Restore your computer to an earlier restore point. This is the same as using System Restore within Windows. However, if Windows 8 can’t boot, it may boot properly after you restore your PC to a working state. System Image Recovery: Restore your computer using a system image file. The system image overwrites your computer’s state and files. You’ll need to use Windows 7’s backup tools in Windows 8 to create a system image.use Windows 7’s backup tools in Windows 8 Automatic Repair: Try to automatically repair issues that can prevent Windows from booting properly. If your computer can’t boot into Windows, this option is worth a try. Command Prompt: Open a Recovery Environment Command Prompt. This will allow you to run a variety of commands to troubleshoot and fix your computer. This option should only be used by advanced users who know what they’re doing. Startup Settings: The Startup Settings option allows you to modify a number of startup options. For example, you can enable Safe Mode from here. You can also disable automatic restart after failure – this option will allow you to see the error message if your PC is constantly blue-screening and rebooting.enable Safe Mode

11 Continue Continue is available on the main Choose an option screen and says Exit and continue to Windows 10... (or Windows 8.1/8). When you choose Continue, Advanced Startup Options will close, your computer will restart, and Windows 10 or 8 will start in normal mode.normal mode Obviously if Windows isn't starting properly, the very fact that brought you to Advanced Startup Options, heading right back into Windows probably won't be helpful.

12 Use a device Use a device is available on the main Choose an option screen and says Use a USB drive, network connection, or Windows recovery DVD. When you choose Use a device, a menu by that name appears, allowing you to boot from the various sources on your computer that are shown. On most computers, you'll see options for USB storage devices, DVD or BD drives, network

13 Troubleshoot The menu is where all of the repair and recovery features found in Advanced Startup Options are located and is what you'll want to choose if you want to do anything other than exit the ASO menu.

14 Reset this PC Reset this PC is available from the Troubleshoot screen and says Lets you choose to keep or remove your files, and then reinstalls Windows. Tap or click on Reset this PC to start there set This PC process, where you're given two additional options, Keep my files or Remove everything. This PC The first option, great for when Windows is running slow or is buggy, removes all installed software and apps and resets all Windows settings, but nothing personal will be removed, like documents, music, etc. The second option, much like a "factory reset" and great for starting over completely or before getting rid of your computer, removes everything, including installed apps and programs, settings, personal files, etc.

15 System Restore System Restore is available from the Advanced options screen and says Use a restore point recorded on your PC to restore Windows. The System Restore option starts System Restore, the same time-machine-like "undo" tool you may have used or seen from within Windows.System Restore A huge advantage of having the ability to use System Restore from the Advanced Startup Options menu is that you're doing so from outside of Windows 10/8.

16 System Image Recovery System Image Recovery is available from the Advanced options screen and says Recover Windows using a specific system image file. The System Image Recovery option starts the Re-image your computer feature of System Image Recovery which is used to restore a previously-saved complete image of your computer. This is a great option if you've unsuccessfully tried other tools available on the Advanced Startup Options menu. Of course to use this, you or your computer maker must have proactively created a system image to re-image from.

17 Startup Repair Startup Repair is available from the Advanced options screen and says Fix problems that keep Windows from loading. The Startup Repair option starts, you guessed it, an automated startup repair procedure. If Windows 10 or Windows 8 isn't starting properly, like due to a BSOD (blue screen of death) or a serous "missing file" error, Startup Repair is an excellent first troubleshooting step.BSOD

18 Startup Settings Startup Settings is available from the Advanced options screen and says Change Windows startup behavior. Choosing the Startup Settings option will restart your computer and bring upstart up Settings, a menu full of various special ways to boot to Windows, including Safe Mode. SettingsSafe Mode The Startup Settings menu is most similar to the Advanced Boot Options menu in previous versions of Windows.Advanced Boot Options

19 UEFI have replaced Bios Unified Extensible Firmware Interface


21 Change Windows Start up behavior

22 When your PC restarts, the Startup Settings menu displays. Select an option using the number keys or the function keys F1-F9. There is one additional option accessible by pressing F10. If you decided you don’t want to use any of these options, you can boot normally by pressing Enter.

23 Launch recovery environment is the extra option accessed by pressing F10. To return to the other options, press F10 again.

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