Here are the steps to enable Secure Boot on a Windows computer:
- Restart your computer and enter the BIOS settings by pressing the appropriate key during startup. The key may vary depending on your computer manufacturer and model, but commonly used keys include F2, F10, F12, and Delete.
- Once you are in the BIOS settings, use the arrow keys to navigate to the “Security” or “Boot” tab.
- Look for an option called “Secure Boot” and make sure it is set to “Enabled.” If it is not already enabled, use the arrow keys to select it and press Enter to change the setting.
- If necessary, look for an option called “Key Management” or “Key Storage” and make sure the Secure Boot keys are installed. If they are not installed, select the option to install them.
- Save your changes and exit the BIOS settings. The computer will restart automatically.
- After the computer has restarted, check the boot menu to confirm that Secure Boot is enabled. To access the boot menu, press the appropriate key during startup (usually F12 or Esc) and select the option to view the boot devices.
Enabling Secure Boot on your computer can help protect against malware and other security threats during the boot process.