How to start Windows 10 directly on the Advanced Startup Settings screen



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We know how to boot from the Windows 10 advanced boot options if you need to fix some Windows problems. You can hold down the Shift key and click Restart on the Start menu. But what if you want to see the Advanced Start Options screen every time you start Windows 10? If you wish, this article will show you how to do it.

On the’Advanced Start Settings’ screen, you can start Windows in advanced troubleshooting mode. To access it, you can also start your computer, then press and hold F8 before Windows starts. The Advanced Options screen will display.

TIP: You can also add Safe Mode to the Windows 10 Start Menu.

Start Windows 10 directly in the advanced start parameters



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Open the command prompt (Admin) and execute the following command :

bcdedit /set {globalsettings} advanced options true

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This activates the’Advanced boot options’ screen at startup.

If you want to turn it off at any time, you can execute the following command :

bcdedit /set {globalsettings} advanced options false

Restart your computer and you will see the familiar blue screen with the advanced boot settings.

Remember that no timer is available, and to access the login screen, press Enter.

If you want the old Advanced Boot Options screen to load, run the following command and restart it:

bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy Legacy

You will see the black screen with boot options you had under Windows 7 and earlier.

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To reset the start menu to the default setting, execute the following command :

bcsaid /set {default} bootmenupolicy standard

I hope this work for you.

Read more: Start in the old boot manager and display the boot parameters.



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