Open Windows Settings > Update & Security > Recovery Advanced Startup and click on Restart now.
This feature lets you access Advanced Options such as:
- Boot Windows from a device or disk (such as a USB drive or DVD).
- Change your PC’s Firmware Settings.
- Configure Windows Startup Settings.
- Restore Windows from a System Image.
When you click on Restart Now, it will reboot your PC, and offer you all the above mentioned Advanced Options. Select Troubleshoot > Advanced Options. This section offers further options which include, System Restore, Startup Repair, Go back to the previous version, Command Prompt, System Image Recovery, and UEFI Firmware Settings.
Select UEFI Firmware Settings, and it will let you restart your PC. Once the computer boots up, it will take you to the Firmware settings.
- Switch to Boot Tab.
- Here you will see Boot Priority which will list connected hard drive, CD/DVD ROM and USB drive if any.
- You can use the arrow keys or + & – on your keyboard to change the order.
- Save and Exit.
Now, when you boot it will follow the sequence in which you have set in your BIOS or UEFI Firmware Settings.
This comes in very handy when you want to boot from a DVD drive, which has Windows 10 Installation files or if you have another Windows installed on secondary hard disk.
NOTE: If you have a Bluetooth keyboard, it will not work here. You will need a hard-wired keyboard to navigate and change the options. Also, Touch features will not work here.