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Create this small file to access the BIOS from the desktop

The method of accessing this screen may vary from one device to another. Here, we will guide you on creating a small file to access the BIOS directly from your desktop on your computer. The BIOS or UEFI screen is used to boot the computer, install the Windows operating system, or modify certain settings on the device. Typically, it requires pressing a specific key before Windows starts, such as the Delete key, F10, or Esc.

Create this small file to access the BIOS from the desktop

In this article, we will explore a new method to directly access the BIOS screen from the desktop using a simple shortcut. We will create a shortcut that shuts down the computer and opens the UEFI Firmware Settings within the Advanced Startup Options screen. To create the shortcut, follow these steps:

1. Right-click on any empty area on the desktop.
2. Select "Shortcut" from the "New" menu.
3. In the "Create Shortcut" window, enter the following command in the "Type the location of the item" field: "shutdown /r /fw /t 1" as shown in the image.
4. Then click "Next."
5. Enter a desired name for the shortcut in the field labeled "Type a name for this shortcut" and click "Finish."
6. Grant the shortcut administrative privileges (Admin) by following these steps:
- Right-click on the shortcut.
- Select "Properties" to open the window.
- In the "Advanced" section, check the box next to "Run as administrator."
- Click "Apply" to apply the changes.
When you need to access the BIOS, press the shortcut twice. A message requesting a restart will appear, and then the computer will shut down and display the BIOS settings directly.
Please note that this shortcut only works on devices that support the latest UEFI interface.
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