At the office we have a dozen machines here in the lab and it's not the same in each PC. One machine I hold down the Esc key, another it's Alt+F2, another F9.
-> After decades you thought there would be a standard.
I am coming from a very old Win XP system to a new Windows 10 64-bit Laptop, so the learning curve is a little elongated. I did manage to evade the whole Windows 8 debacle, but still a little slow going. At first the transition was somewhat 'challenging' , but I can now sincerely say "the more I use it --the more I like it !
MY QUESTION: I can get into the "boot options" function (ie. for SAFE MODE, etc) very easily, but I cannot figure out how to enter the "BIOS" area (eg. to change the "Boot Order" etc.)
I would appreciate it if someone could iterate the specific route/steps to do this.
I'm sure there are also probably a couple of good alternative ways of doing this in Windows 10 (as there usually are in Windows), and would really like to be aware of any you might suggest or mention.
Dan D in NJ