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How To Enable Or Disable Graphical Boot Menu In Windows 10

Update - 2020.04.14

Enable Or Disable Graphical Boot Menu In Windows 10 – As we know Graphical boot options menu or bootloader was first introduced with Windows 8 and are the default bootloader in Windows 10 as well. The latest graphical, modern or metro boot menu allows you quickly access troubleshooting tools, startup options and extra importantly can be navigated via mouse or touch input. New graphical boot menu can be enabled or disabled with ease in Windows 10. You just need to execute a simple command in elevated Cmd in order to enable or disable the new bootloader. The  EasyBCD 2.3 for Windows 10 also supports enabling or disabling the new boot menu. Today in this guide we’ll tell you a trick by which you can easily enable or disable graphical boot menu in Windows 10.

Yes, this is possible in this way that I’ve been discussed in the below article How to enable or disable Graphical boot menu in Windows 10 by just following the below steps.

Steps To Enable Or Disable Graphical Boot Menu In Windows 10

Step 1. First of all, download EasyBCD 2.3 or latest version.

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Step 2. Now you need to run the setup file and install EasyBCD.

Step 3. Noe launch EasyBCD, click Edit Boot Menu.

Step 4. Now check the option labeled Metro boot loader to enable the graphical boot menu and uncheck the same to disable graphical bootloader. Click Save settings to turn on/off the graphical boot menu.

Step 5. Close EasyBCD and reboot your PC.

Step 6. That’s it! Now you are done.

So above is all about How to Enable Or Disable Graphical Boot Menu In Windows 10. I hope you like it so please don’t forget to share this post with your friends, family or loved ones.

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