BIOS or Basic Input/Output System is the most important startup program on every PC or laptop.
It is built-in core processor software that is responsible for booting up your system.
The BIOS is responsible not only for booting up your system but also for managing any attached devices including the keyboard, hard drive, mouse, video adapter, and much more.
However, each laptop and computer manufacturer is using a different key to enter BIOS.
So, if you are the owner of the Lenovo brand, your BIOS key may be different from ASUS or Acer laptops.
If you want to know how to enter BIOS on Lenovo laptop and computer, here are all things you need to know.
Lenovo Laptop BIOS Key Input
As I already mentioned, the key giving you access to BIOS is a little different for each manufacturer of the laptop, computer, or motherboard.
On Lenovo’s laptop (formerly IBM), you need to press F1 or F2 after powering your computer.
If these two keys don’t work on your system, try to press F12 or the DELETE key on your keyboard during the start-up process.
Enter BIOS on Lenovo From Windows 10
Windows 10 comes with a lot of interesting functions and one of them is the possibility to go to the BIOS from this operating system.
To enter BIOS from Windows 10 on Lenovo laptop or desktop and other manufactures, follow these simple steps:
STEP 1: Open the Start Menu and click on the Settings app.
STEP 2: Under the Settings find the Update & Security option and open it.
STEP 3: In the left sidebar, select the Recovery option.
STEP 4: Under the Recovery section, scroll down until you find Advanced startup. Then click the Restart now button.
STEP 5: Your computer should be restarted and takes you to a book options screen.
STEP 6: In the next step, select Troubleshoot and then Advanced options.
STEP 7: After that, go ahead to UEFI Firmware Settings.
Enter BIOS on Lenovo From Windows 8
Not only Windows 10, even its older brother Windows 8, gives you the ability to enter the BIOS.
The process is relatively simple. Press Windows Key + C to open the charms menu, click the Settings, then select General from the PC settings sidebar and go to the Advances startup option. Click Restart now button.
When the windows advanced startup menu opens, click Troubleshooting, then UEFI Firmware Settings, then click Restart to enter UEFI (BIOS).