Enable Always Boot to Advanced Startup Settings in Windows 10  

How to Enable or Disable Always Boot to Advanced Startup Settings in Windows 10
   Information
Advanced Startup Settings lets you start Windows 10 in different advanced troubleshooting modes to help you find and fix problems on your PC.

Normally, you could boot to Advanced Startup Options to select to restart to Startup Settings.

If you like, you could set Windows to always boot to Start Settings first to either press a number to choose a boot option, or press Enter to continue booting to Windows 10.

This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable to always boot to advanced Startup Settings on your Windows 10 PC.

You must be signed in as an administrator to be able to enable or disable to always boot to Start Settings.

   Note
Startup Settings:

Startup Settings
Description

Enable debugging
Starts Windows in an advanced troubleshooting mode intended for IT pros and system admins.

Enable boot logging
Creates a file, ntbtlog.txt, that lists all the drivers that are installed during startup and that might be useful for advanced troubleshooting.

Enable low-resolution video
Starts Windows using your current video driver and using low resolution and refresh rate settings. You can use this mode to reset your display settings.

Enable Safe Mode
Starts Windows with a minimal set of drivers and services.

Enable Safe Mode with Networking
Starts Windows in safe mode and includes the network drivers and services needed to access the Internet or other computers on your network.

Enable Safe Mode with Command Prompt
Starts Windows in safe mode with a Command Prompt window instead of the usual Windows interface. This option is intended for IT pros and system admins.

Disable driver signature enforcement
Allows drivers containing improper (aka: unsigned) signatures to be installed.

Disable early launch anti-malware protection
Prevents the early launch antimalware driver from starting, allowing drivers that might contain malware to be installed.

Disable automatic restart after failure
Prevents Windows from automatically restarting if an error causes Windows to fail. Choose this option only if Windows is stuck in a loop where Windows fails, tries to restart, and fails again repeatedly.

   Warning
If you let Startup Settings sit idle for 1 minute at boot, your PC will be automatically turned off.

EXAMPLE: Startup Settings in Windows 10

Here’s How:

1. Open an elevated command prompt in Windows 10, or open a command prompt at boot.

2. Do step 3 (enable) or step 4 (disable) below for what you want.

 3. To Enable Always Boot to Advanced Startup Settings
A) Type the command below in the command prompt, and press Enter. (see screenshot below)

bcdedit /set {globalsettings} advancedoptions true

 4. To Disable Always Boot to Advanced Startup Settings
NOTE: This is the default setting.
A) Type the command below in the command prompt, and press Enter. (see screenshot below)

bcdedit /set {globalsettings} advancedoptions false

That’s it,
Shawn

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