Restore “F8” in Windows 10

We know it can be very, and perhaps overly difficult to access the Boot Menu in Windows 10. It is no secret that Microsoft intended this design aspect, which many consider a “flaw”. So we have the solution for you, but proceed with caution as only an experienced person should attempt this! Follow these steps below:

(a) Access the System Run (i.e. “CTRL+R”) dialog
(b) Launch a Command Prompt (Admin) by typing without quotes: “cmd.exe”
(c) Within the Command Prompt, use the following command:

Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.16299.309]
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C:\Users\Administrator> bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy

Upon running the command, you will be notified of a successful action. So now when you start your computer, the good ole’ trick of tapping “F8” will display the Windows Boot Menu! As a company, Colletti Tech shall not assume liability for damages created by an individual to their Windows 10 system.