How to Change Startup Settings in Windows 10 in Dual Boot


To take control of startup settings in Windows 10, you need to go through the following screens. In dual boot mode, you might have installed the Metro BootLoader. You are likely to have Windows 7 and Windows 10 as your OS.

The following startup settings can be changed using this option.
1. Enable low-resolution video mode
2. Enable debugging mode
3. Enable boot logging
4. Enable Safe Mode
5. Disable driver signature enforcement
6. Disable early-launch anti-malware protection
7. Disable automatic restart on system failure.

These settings are required to troubleshoot your boot problems or Windows installation.

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How to Enter Startup Settings in Windows 10

You should first install Windows 7 and then Windows 10 on your computer to prevent boot manager problems.

Make sure the time to select your OS (timer) is more than 10 seconds.

1. Select Windows 10 in the dual-boot list of OS.

2. Press F8.
3. Click on “Change defaults or choose other options” at the bottom.

4. Click on “Choose other options” on the next screen.

5. Select “Troubleshoot” on the next screen

6. Click on “Advanced Options” in the Troubleshoot screen

7. Click on “Startup Settings” in the next screen

8. On the next screen, click on “Restart”.

When the computer starts again, you should be able to select any of the startup options mentioned at the first of the article.

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