The most common BIOS entry scheme, suitable for most modern models, is:
- turn on the device;
- immediately sequentially press the F2 key (several times, the main thing is to “catch” the logo at boot (which may flash for less than 1 second));
- then the BIOS / UEFI settings menu should appear.
Dell logo immediately after turning on the laptop
Note that in some cases the F2 key must be pressed simultaneously with Fn (this happens if multimedia functions were activated on F2).
By the way, a little below I cite data from the specification from Dell for various models of PCs and laptops (Dimension, Inspiron, Latitude, Optiplex, Vostro, Precision, etc.). Alternative buttons: F1, Del, F3, FnF1.
Manufacturer’s specification. BIOS Entry Buttons for Dell PCs and Laptops
By the way! If you have a fairly old device (earlier than 10 years of release), pay attention to the message at boot (it indicates the desired button).
For example, one of the most common inscriptions when loading “Press Del to run SETUP”. means that when you click on the “Delete” button. you will be taken to BIOS settings.
How to enter BIOS (or UEFI) on DELL laptops
You can enter the BIOS for a variety of reasons, for example, to reinstall Windows, to fine-tune the operation of function keys, to check device detection, etc.
In this regard, Dell laptops are quite simple: in the latest models of various lines of this manufacturer, the entrance is carried out by pressing the F2 key (it is best to press several times when the company logo appears). However, in some cases. it is not possible to enter the BIOS in this way.
For example, once I even had to discharge the battery to solve this problem. Actually, I will give this and other methods just below in the article.
We find information on the official. website
If you have any difficulties with the entrance, then you can find out details about your specific laptop model on the official website of the manufacturer (so that he gives the specification and manuals in Russian). I will show you how to do this on the screenshots below.
Screenshot of the specifications for the laptop Dell Inspiron 7370
Alternative: using a dead battery
Some notebooks from Dell (for example, the Inspiron line) do not always handle the F2 key correctly (more precisely, they boot so quickly that it is quite difficult to get into the “window” when you need to press this key in time). As a result, entering BIOS becomes a real quest.
As one of the alternative options (which I recommend to try). it will drain the battery to
5% (in my case 2%). Then you need to turn off and turn on the laptop again. You should see a window with a warning that the battery power is low (example below).
Note: this method will not work on all laptop lines.
Dell Notebook Boot Warning
Note that the message also includes buttons:
- F1. continue to boot the laptop (i.e. boot Windows);
- F2 (to run setup the utility). go to BIOS settings (this is what you need to select).
The most important feature of this window is that it expects you to press a button! So you will have time
As a result, in such a “tricky” way, you can easily enter BIOS / UEFI.
Ways to enter BIOS
Everything that I write below. relevant only for devices from the manufacturer Dell!
Using the Windows interface
If you have modern Windows 10 installed, it boots up and you can work with its interface. then you can enter the BIOS through the parameters. To do this, press the Wini button combination (to open Windows options), then in the “Update and Security / Recovery” section, restart the OS with a special boot option. See screenshot below.
Then, using the “Diagnostics” menu, you can enter the BIOS (see the screen below).
Entering BIOS without using special keys have been executed
Configuring the BIOS of a Dell Inspiron 15 laptop to install the Windows 7, 8 operating system from a USB flash drive or disk
Let’s look at how to configure the BIOS of a Dell Inspiron 15 laptop to install the Windows 7 or 8 operating system from a USB flash drive or CD / DVD.
Before starting work, install the USB flash drive into the laptop connector.
We turn on the laptop. During loading, press the “F2” button.
After entering the BIOS, go to the “Boot” tab of the main menu. Here we select the line “Fast Boot”.
Press the “Enter” button. In the small window that appears, select the value “Disabled”. Press the “Enter” button.
Next, go to the line “Boot List Option”. We press the “Enter” button. In the window that appears, select the value “Legacy”.
The window view will change, a list of devices will appear on which the operating system will be searched for to boot, in turn.
Go to the first line from the list and press the “Enter” button.
A small window will appear listing the available devices. In the list you need to find the device we need. a USB Storage Device or a CD / DVD / CD-RW Drive.
Go to the device name and press the “Enter” button.
Next, go to the “Exit” tab of the main BIOS menu. With the active first line “Save Changes and Reset”. Press the “Enter” button. A small window will appear. It should have an active “Yes” button.
Press the “Enter” button. Thus, we will save the changes made to the BIOS settings.
After we have configured the BIOS, during system boot, press the “F12” button. The Boot Menu will appear. From here we select the device from which we will boot.
The computer will redirect to the boot window from the selected device.
Next, install the operating system.
Would you like to know what BIOS is and how to check and change BIOS settings on a Dell computer? This article provides details.
Note. For information on resetting and clearing the BIOS, see the following Knowledge Base article:
- Resetting BIOS or CMOS and Clearing NVRAM on a Dell PC
BIOS stands for Basic Input Output System. BIOS is software on a small memory chip on a PC motherboard (CMOS. Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor). This system setting software acts as an interface between the PC hardware and the operating system (such as Windows), whereby the software controls the hardware components of the computer.
The BIOS also contains algorithms by which the PC performs basic actions, such as booting over a network or using a hard disk, determining in the latter case the order in which the disks are used.
The BIOS is also used to identify and configure the hardware components of your computer (hard disk, floppy disk, optical drive, processor, memory, Plug and Play devices, etc.). This process is done using ESCD (Extended System Configuration Data), which is usually stored in optional non-volatile NVRAM.
This process has changed with advances in technology, but users still refer to BIOS as both CMOS and NVRAM despite their slight differences. CMOS contains the BIOS and its parameters, and the NVRAM stores the ESCD data. However, updating the BIOS does not clear the NVRAM.
To enter BIOS or System Settings on a Dell PC, press the F2 key when the Dell logo appears on the screen while the PC boots. (Fig. 1)
Or press F12 and select BIOS Setup from the menu. (Fig. 2).
Attention! Be careful when changing BIOS settings. The BIOS interface is designed for advanced users. Incorrect work with the settings can lead to errors when starting the computer and loss of data.
In fig. 3 below is the system BIOS setup screen.
Updating the BIOS using a USB flash drive
If Windows cannot start and need to update the BIOS, you can download the BIOS update file on another system and save it to a bootable USB flash drive.
Note. You will need a bootable USB flash drive. For more information, see the following article:
Download the BIOS update file in.EXE format on another system.
Copy the file (for example, O9010A12.exe) to the bootable USB flash drive.
Connect a USB flash drive to a system that requires a BIOS update.
Restart your PC and press the F12 key when the Dell logo appears. The one-time boot menu will appear on the screen.
Use the arrow keys to navigate to USB Storage Device and press Enter.
When the system starts, a window with the Diag command line C: \.
Open the file for execution. To do this, enter its full name (for example: O9010A12.exe) and press the Enter key.
The BIOS update utility will be loaded. Then follow the instructions on the screen (fig. 7).
Why you need to update your BIOS?
Dell recommends updating the BIOS according to the update cycle schedule. As with new versions of the operating system and drivers, these updates contain the latest enhancements or changes that are compatible with other system components (hardware, firmware, drivers, and software), security updates, and improvements regarding system stability.
Unlike Windows updates and antivirus programs, which are usually downloaded automatically, the BIOS needs to be updated manually.
Dell provides a self-installing service pack that makes it easy.
Attention! Always back up your data before starting the BIOS update process, as any error may result in data loss.
Configuring the BIOS of a DELL laptop to install Windows 7 from a USB flash drive or disk.
Step-by-step instructions for configuring the BIOS of a DELL inspiron 3520 laptop.
You can create a bootable USB flash drive for installing Windows 7, 8, XP yourself, according to THIS instructions.
To enter the BIOS beech, you need to press the F2 button when starting the laptop.
If it was not possible to enter the BIOS the first time, we restart the laptop and try again.
After entering the BIOS setup menu, you need to enter the menu item called BOOT.
In the first line, we check that Legacy would be.
If not legacy, but ufi, change to legacy.
Next, with an arrow down, we stand on the inscription 1st boot Priority and press inter.
Here we choose from which device we wake up to install Windows.
I had the system on a flash drive and I selected the USB Storage Device item.
Then go to EXIT and press enter on the top line.
Confirm saving the settings with the second press.
After that, the laptop goes into reboot.
Below is a video instruction for setting up Bios Dell.
Updating Dell BIOS in Linux and Ubuntu Environments
To update the BIOS on Linux Ubuntu, see the information on the page linked below.
- Updating Dell BIOS in Linux and Ubuntu Environments
The following articles provide information about BIOS that may be helpful depending on your specific task or issue.
If you need further assistance, please contact technical support.
Last Date Modified: 06/30/2017 07:36 PM
How to enter BIOS (UEFI) in Windows 10
One of the most common questions regarding the latest OS versions from Microsoft, including Windows 10, is how to enter the BIOS. At the same time, more often it is still in the form of UEFI (often characterized by the presence of a graphical settings interface), a new version of the motherboard software, which replaced the standard BIOS, and is designed for the same. setting up the operation of equipment, boot options and obtaining information about the system state.
Due to the fact that Windows 10 (as well as 8) implements fast boot mode (which is a hibernation option), when you turn on your computer or laptop, you may not see a prompt like Press Del (F2) to enter Setup, which allows you to enter the BIOS by pressing Del (for PC) or F2 (for most laptops). Nevertheless, getting into the desired settings is easy.
Entering UEFI Settings from Windows 10
To use this method, Windows 10 must be installed in UEFI mode (as a rule, it is), and you must be able to either log into the OS itself, or at least get to the login screen with a password.
In the first case, you just need to click on the notification icon and select “All parameters”. Then in the settings open “Update and Security” and go to the item “Recovery”.
In the recovery, click the Restart Now button under the “Special Boot Options” section. After the computer restarts, you will see a screen that is the same (or similar) to the one shown below.
Select the “Diagnostics” item, then. “Advanced options”, in the additional options. “UEFI firmware settings” and, finally, confirm your intention by clicking the “Restart” button.
After a reboot, you will be taken to the BIOS or, more precisely, UEFI (just out of habit, the settings of the motherboard are usually called BIOS, probably this will continue in the future).
In the event that you cannot log into Windows 10 for some reason, but you can get to the login screen, you can also go to the UEFI settings. To do this, on the login screen, press the “power” button, and then, while holding down the Shift key, press the “Restart” item and you will be taken to the special boot options for the system. Further steps have already been described above.
Entering BIOS when turning on the computer
There is also a traditional, well-known method to enter the BIOS (also suitable for UEFI). press the Delete key (for most PCs) or F2 (for most laptops) immediately when the computer is turned on, even before the OS starts booting. As a rule, on the boot screen below the inscription is displayed: Press Key_Name to enter setup. If there is no such inscription, you can familiarize yourself with the documentation for the motherboard or laptop, such information should be present there.
For Windows 10, entering the BIOS in this way is complicated by the fact that the computer boots up really quickly, and it is not always possible to press this key (or even see a message about which one).
To solve this problem, you can: disable the fastboot function. To do this, in Windows 10, right-click on the “Start” button, select “Control Panel” from the menu, and in the Control Panel. Power.
On the left, click on “Power button actions”, and on the next screen. “Change settings that are currently unavailable”.
At the bottom, in the “Shutdown Options” section, uncheck “Enable Fast Startup” and save the changes. After that, turn off or restart your computer and try to enter the BIOS using the required key.
Note: In some cases, when the monitor is connected to a discrete graphics card, you may not see the BIOS screen, as well as information about the keys to enter it. In this case, reconnecting it to the integrated graphics adapter can help (HDMI, DVI, VGA outputs on the motherboard itself).
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Good afternoon, the problem is this: Aspire v-5 571G laptop 2012 onwards. Installed Win 10×64 (native was Win. 7×64), after an unsuccessful attempt to install again, but as the 2nd OS Win. 7×64, it became impossible to get into UEFI, rummaged through the Internet, none of the methods helped. He took out the battery, bridged the contacts, BESTOLKU! When you start F2 (standard input to UEFI), Del, F8 and all other keys do not respond (the keyboard is new), the standard OS boot occurs. Through “Restore \ Reboot” “Additional parameters”, the item “UEFI firmware parameters” is missing, but the software is UEFI! I did not update anything myself. In the system information: “BIOS version P.T.Ltd. v1.10, BIOS Mode Obsolete. ” Windows is loading, it works fine, but it is not possible to set the type of loading. Maybe you faced such a problem, tell me?
No, there are no ideas, and I never noticed this on Acer (Lenovo has a similar problem, but I don’t remember the solution right away, try google on the topic “Lenovo enter BIOS Windows 10”). You also tried to disable Fast Boot in Windows 10, right? And cut it down with a long press of the power key when the OS is working, and then hammer on F2? If so. then weird.
Hello Dmitry, another question: “How to perform a clean installation of Windows, if it is impossible to enter the BIOS, UEFI.” What if, in some “BARBARIAN” way FORMAT, spoil Windows so that the OS does not boot at all, insert an installation USB flash drive or disk, turn on the PC, whether a clean installation of the OS will start, it is very interesting what you think?
Depends on BIOS settings. That is, for example, on some laptops, loading from an external drive is generally disabled by default, then the method will not help.
In this case, it is better to use another version of the same method, less barbaric: disconnect the hard drive, connect the USB flash drive, check if it is booting from it.
Good time, Dmitry, loading from an external drive is in progress, it remains to bring Windows to an INACTIVE state, but how to do it? AVAST Premier has the dreaded “Erase the entire disc and all data on it” option. Can I use it or otherwise, tell me?
(It’s all about the digital license, it flew off, microsoft recommends a clean installation of the OS)
Sergei, no, it is not necessary, spoil the disk in vain (i.e. wear it out. this function for wiping the disk space with zeros without the possibility of recovery is not needed in your case). We just boot from the installation flash drive, select “custom installation” and there you will have the opportunity to format the partition on which Windows is currently installed (it will automatically become inoperative).
You say it is impossible to enter the BIOS, but: in the absence of both disks (internal and external), entering the BIOS should work, and you, in turn, can install an external drive as the first boot device.
Yes, Dmitry, you are absolutely right! “Special Boot Options”, of course, and I had everything set up clean. The moment the digital license was activated, the HDD began to breathe. Without your advice, I probably would have killed the disk. The coolest positive to you! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
A full reset can be performed. Options. Update & Security. Recovery. Special Boot Options. Restart Now. Reset your computer to its original state. And then follow the instructions.
Good afternoon Dmitry!
With Lenovo, I smashed all the brains into parts, as Vysotsky sang. The nature of the problems was akin to that of Sergei. It turned out that you can enter the BIOS only from a reboot, strenuously tormenting F12. over, only from every third reboot. This behavior has remained a mystery to me.
I would be glad if this set of actions helps someone.!
Thank you for the easy-to-understand, well-organized and more than useful site.!
But what if you can’t enter BIOS in any way? If there is some other way to reinstall the system without resorting to third-party help and exiting the BIOS?
You can reset the system, in fact it is a reinstallation. https://remontka.pro/reset-Windows-10/
I have a Lenovo mix 10 tablet
I thought of reinstalling the system from a USB flash drive, but after entering the ufi through the parameters, I could not change the boot disk. The buttons “Information”, “Configuration” and “Exit” pop up. I press “Configuration”, but I can’t get to the “boot” menu. Prompts you to save or not save changes and exit
Hello. And there is no key for just calling the boot menu?. https://remontka.pro/boot-menu/ ?
Lenovo laptop (Windows 8.1). Black screen when entering BIOS via UEFI after reboot.
And other ways to enter the BIOS do not work either.?
When entering through the Novo Button Menu button when pressing BIOS Setup
the same black screen appears.
When voltage is applied to the PC (Dell Vostro 3667), it starts without pressing the power button for 3 seconds. and shutdown. Then I turn it on with the button and the PC works fine. In BIOS, start on power-up in the Power off position. Is adjustment possible or is it a malfunction?
Hello. Windows 10 on board?
What if you turn off Fast Startup (see https://remontka.pro/fast-startup-Windows-10/) and then quit? The problem disappears?
If it disappears, then 90% of the problem is in non-original or missing power management drivers. Place them using Dell Support Assist (or manually from the Dell website for your particular model). Specifically for your laptop, these are Intel AMT HECI ME and Intel Chipset Device Software Driver.
Hello. I have a Lenovo B590 (20208) laptop, Windows 10, BIOS. H5ET85WW (1.23). After switching from 8 to 10, it became impossible for me to enter the BIOS, Boot Menu and Safe Mode from the keyboard. When holding or quickly poking cl. Esc; Del; Enter; F1.F12 and when combined with Shift, they simply do not respond to pressing, when you press NOVO, the OS starts in normal mode. I was interested in various forums, but did not receive an intelligible answer. Question. Could this be due to incorrect BIOS settings? I absolutely did not change anything there. Now I can only enter the BIOS through the interface or by pressing CtrlAltDel and then Shift reboot. All this provided a working OS.
Try this option:
1.Disable Windows 10 Fast Startup. https://remontka.pro/fast-startup-Windows-10/
2.try to call the boot menu / BIOS in the same way as they did on the 8-ke.
I tried all the methods that I found on the Internet (and they are all the same) and none of them helps. Well, firstly, I do not have the item “UEFI firmware settings”, and secondly, even if you disable fast boot, the boot is fast anyway and you cannot enter any combinations in the BIOS. And the motherboard is not simple. ASUS LGA2011 Sabertooth X79.
Is the keyboard accidentally connected to USB 3? Connect to 2.0, disable Windows Fast Startup (if enabled again) and Del should come in. And if suddenly a PS / 2 keyboard is lying around somewhere, then it should definitely work with it, and the connector, I see, you have.
Was a dozen pro., Stood for about a year. Everything seemed to be fine. Recently, after updates, the mouse does not work, then the sound disappeared and the keyboard. Tried reinstalling the drivers, useless. Demolished 10k, put 7k and everything works.
Thanks, it was not possible to enter the BIOS, the “special boot option” helped.
And when you click in UEFI Firmware Options, then everything is deleted from the computer or not ?
Hello. When I rebooted Windows (as shown above), I did not have a button to open the BIOS (instead of it there was “Delete updates”) Are there ways to solve this? And what is it connected with?
And additional parameters or something similar was there?
Hello. I have such a question laptop Acer Predator Helios 500, the latest version of 10ki is installed with all updates. Applications from Acer are not installed, the problem is solved by entering the BIOS and entering the initial model data (snippet). But the problem is that the manufacturer has set a password on the BIOS. I have a question whether this method will help me enter the BIOS or not?
Hello. I assume that they will ask for a password in the same way.
Good day! a problem with the UEFI BIOS I can not go to the extended section in order to enable a discrete video card and connect a second monitor to the system unit via VGA
And what exactly and how does it fail? ? And the photo can be posted somewhere and a link can be given, perhaps I will see some nuance.
Hello. I can not enter the BIOS ufi. As I did not try, the parameters pop up, but when I press the buttons to enter the BIOS there, there is simply no other button instead of it. I went there but failed. Tell me, please, what can it be
Hello. And some other. what is it? Just can’t log in from the keyboard? And if you first disable fast startup of Windows 10. https://remontka.pro/fast-startup-Windows-10/
After I went into the additional parameters, the UEFI button was not there. What can be done about it?
Is it just that you can’t enter the BIOS by pressing the key? After shutdown with Shift shutdown.
And what if I have Uefi Boot Support in the off position in my BIOS and Windows has been installed for a long time. Can I enable uefi boot support or only Windows will have to be reinstalled? I need to adjust the speed of the cooler, it is not in a regular BIOS, I hope there is uefi, but I don’t know if it can be turned on or not.?
If you turn it on, nothing should change. But the points for the fan speed, if they are not already there, will not appear.
I cannot log into UEFI using the standard methods: in recovery mode. Diagnostics. add. options. in this menu I don’t have Firmware options.
Yes, on reboot, I easily enter by pressing delete. but besides, in the same menu I have these 6 items:
System image recovery
The above items are standard items in the Windows 10 recovery environment, if that’s what you mean. But maybe I did not quite understand your question, and if there is ambiguity, you can post a photo somewhere and describe what exactly is not clear there.
Thanks for the great advice, but I don’t even have such an item in the restoration
Win 10, desktop computer). When trying to enter the BIOS at startup (tried ESC, F2, Del), when starting with fastboot disabled (as in the article), when rebooting in the “special boot options” section (as in the article), there is just a black screen. I waited once for half an hour, nothing appeared. It may take longer?
No, it doesn’t seem like it takes longer. But what exactly is the matter is not clear.
How to enter BIOS on a laptop and how to reset it?
An ordinary user rarely needs knowledge of how to enter the BIOS. Typically, they are required when installing the operating system (OS) to select the correct boot sequence (device), such as an optical disc drive (CDDVD-ROM) or external hard drive. Also periodically there is a need to hard disconnect / connect some devices and “overclock” the parameters of the laptop (computers). Unfortunately, over the past 7 years, laptop manufacturers, unlike manufacturers of motherboards for desktop computers, have begun to limit the capabilities of the BIOS to reduce the risk of disabling a portable device by the user.
In order to enter the BIOS, at the time of starting the laptop (immediately after turning on), press a certain key combination, usually different for different models of laptops, which is associated with different BIOS firmware installed on them. A list of the most common combinations is shown below.
Vaio series models may have a dedicated ASSIST button. If you click on it while the laptop is booting, a menu will appear with the option to select Start BIOS Setup.
Older laptops can use the F1, F2, F3 and Del keys.
For Windows 10
Update and Security → Recovery → Special Boot Options → Restart Now → Troubleshooting → Advanced Options → UEFI Firmware Options → Restart.
For Windows 10, there is also an alternative way to switch to UEFI from the login screen or through the Start menu. In both cases, you need to click on the “Shutdown” icon and, while holding down the Shift key, start the restart. This action will open the section for special boot options.
After that, you will need to follow the same steps as in the previous method. That is, you will need to go to the item “Troubleshooting”, select “Advanced options” and “UEFI firmware options”, and then click “Restart”.
Ways to enter BIOS
Everything that I write below is relevant only for devices from the manufacturer Dell!
The second way to enter BIOS on a Dell laptop is to use the F1 key. Not all laptops use the F2 login method, so if you suddenly cannot get into the BIOS, then you should resort to this method.
In general, the F1 login procedure is most common on older Dell laptop models. In new ones, it is extremely rare.
How to enter BIOS on a Dell laptop: a description of all possible methods
Very often, Dell laptop owners ask themselves the question: “How to enter BIOS on a Dell laptop to install Windows or change settings?” At first glance, it may seem that the question is quite simple, but this is not entirely true, since there are 5 different ways to get into BIOS on Dell laptops.
To enter the BIOS on HP notebooks, you usually need to press the F10 or Esc key. But on older models, you may need Del, F1, F11 or F8.
How to log into UEFI from Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows 10
In the latest versions of Windows on laptops with UEFI, you can enter the I / O subsystem even when the system is already loaded. To do this, go to “Options” and act depending on the version of the operating system.
How to choose the button you want?
But let’s talk about everything in order. First, I will talk about the general principles of entering the BIOS. In most cases, this procedure begins with turning on the computer. If it works, then it needs to be overloaded.
This starts the process of checking the internal parameters of the PC, and before the operating system starts loading, certain keys must be pressed. Which ones. you can see on the screen, usually this information is present. But if it is not there, then here are some options.
- Fn F2
Sometimes a quick constant clicking from the moment of switching on helps, and in other cases the “Shift” button comes to the rescue. There are two options: either the system is buggy and you have time to start the BIOS, or the “Ten” will boot and then you will need to reboot with the “Shift” pressed. In this case, you will be taken to the system recovery menu, through which you can enter the BIOS, (by going to “Diagnostics”. “Additional parameters”. “UEFI firmware parameters”).
Also, if you want to have time to enter the BIOS during the next restart, you can simply disable fast boot in the system power settings.
How to enter BIOS on a Dell laptop?
Greetings, my dear readers. The topic of our conversation is how to enter BIOS on a Dell laptop. This technique has become quite popular and is a serious competitor to personal computers of other brands. But even in a stable operating system, sometimes there is a desire to improve something and for this you need to enter the system settings.
To enter the BIOS on a Dell laptop, remember that there is no universal way for this, since there are several determining factors:
- a key (or their combination) provided by the manufacturer for entering the system settings;
- BIOS type;
- laptop model and year of manufacture. These can be PCs for work or for home, for example, the popular Inspirion;
- type and version of the operating system;
Do not be surprised, but BIOSes are different
I think you should succeed. For those who are going to work in BIOS for the first time, I will tell you how it looks. Simple models like the early Inspirions have a familiar interface with tabs for Main, Advansed, Security, Boot, and Exit. This will help you navigate the settings.
Over time, the BIOS interface of Dell laptops began to change and in the Inspirion 1525 you can find this option of the extended menu and the transition from the tab menu to a view like “Explorer”
But modern advanced models such as Vostro, XPS, Latitude BIOS have been further developed and have become completely different from the system settings of other manufacturers.
And this is good, because as for me, it is more understandable and all important sections are highlighted here separately. Minimum knowledge of English will allow you to quickly find and correctly set the necessary parameters.
Well friends. Now you know how to enter BIOS on a Dell laptop and can easily navigate through its settings.