UEFI Secure Boot How to disable Secure Boot in Windows 10
UEFI Secure Boot How to disable Secure Boot in Windows 10 – For security aspects, Microsoft has added a new support called Secure boot to make sure that Windows is safe from malware. The secure boot works on top of UEFI. It ensures that when PC is booting it only uses firmware entrusted by Manufacturer. UEFI is known as Unified Extensible Firmware Interface and said as next generation of popular BIOS. UEFI is a secure, faster, acquire more data than BIOS. The UEFI is updated by OEM over Windows Update.
The UEFI is the sole concept which exhibit security features like Secure boot, Windows Defender Device Guard, Windows Defender Credential Guard and Windows Defender Exploit Guard.
The features with UEFI are followings : –
- Instant Boot and resume times.
- It supports large hard drives and drives more than four partitions.
- It supports multicast deployment, allowing PC manufacturer to broadcast a PC image that can be received by multiple PCs without overwhelming the image server or network.
- Support UEFI firmware drivers, applications and ROMs.
How to check Secure boot in your system?
Open Windows Defender Security Center and then click on Device Security. In the next screen if you find secure boot, then your PC have it, else don’t. If it is seen on window then turn it On. If your PC don’t have Secure boot, you need to purchase a new one from OEM.
Procedure to disable UEFI Secure boot
- Open the Settings Window and proceed to Windows update. Download and install the left update. The entrusted hardware, drivers & operating system are updated and send by OEMs.
- Switch to the BIOS of your PC. For this go to Settings > Update & Security > Advanced Startup Options > Restart now > From advanced options > Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Select UEFI Firmware Settings > BIOS
- Secure boot is possibly available under Security / Boot / Authentication Tab. Set it Disabled save changes and exit.