How To Enable Secure Boot for Windows 11?

Gradually, The Microsoft has been releasing new version of Windows. Or, you can say that The Microsoft has updating the old version of Windows operating system day by day. If you’re like me, you might be wondering if you need to enable Secure Boot for Windows 11. Here’s what you need to know about Secure Boot and how it works.

What is Secure Boot

Secure Boot is a security standard that helps ensure that your PC boots using only software that is trusted by the PC manufacturer. Once Secure Boot is enabled, your PC will only boot using signed operating system loaders and drivers. This helps protect your PC from malware that could infect the boot process and compromise your data.

Secure Boot is not required for Windows 10, 7 or XP but it is recommended. If you’re using an older version of Windows, you’ll need to enable Secure Boot in order to use it.

How to enable Secure Boot on Windows 11

 

If you’re using an older version of Windows, you’ll need to enable Secure Boot in order to use it. To do so, go to your PC’s settings and select “Update and Security.” Then, select “Recovery” and click “Get Started” under the “Secure Boot” section.

Once you’ve enabled Secure Boot, you’ll need to install signed drivers and operating system loaders in order to boot your PC. These can be downloaded from the manufacturer’s website or from the Microsoft Store.

Follow the Screen Short for Easy Navigation

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You have to go the System Information first. You will find it on the control panel option or the known also as Settings function on Windows 11.

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From the BIOS Mode>Legacy option, you have to double click and open the legacy option. So it will reach you to the Secure Boot State.

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If you are see that your motherboard is not supported the Secure Boot State as like screenshot above.

Then you have to Restart your PC and Pressing F2 before opening the the BIOS option ( an blue screen where mouse not working but keyboard is working fine)

It will looking like the screen shot below…

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On the Secure Book control option you have to set it Disabled it and select save button.

Finally, restart your windows and enjoy the secure boot on Windows 11.

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How Secure Boot protects your computer from malware and viruses

Secure Boot is a security standard that helps ensure that your computer only boots using software that is trusted by the PC manufacturer. Once Secure Boot is enabled, your computer will only boot using signed operating system loaders and drivers. This helps protect your computer from malware that could infect the boot process and compromise your data.

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