Right-click the Start button.
Type ‘msconfig’ and hit Enter.
Click the Hide all Microsoft services checkbox.
Click Disable all.
Click Open Task Manager.
On the General tab, select Normal startup. Select the Services tab, uncheck the Investigation box next to Hide All Microsoft Agencies, select Enable All, and then click Apply. Select the Startup tab, then select Open Task Manager. In Task Manager, enable any startup routines that you previously disabled, then click OK.
While the requirement for a positive device upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11 is only that this PC must be Secure Boot compliant and have UEFI/BIOS enabled, you can also enable or enable Secure Boot to improve security.
A clean boot gives you much more control over the programs and applications that run at startup. It also helps isolate elements of the normal startup process that are causing problems without deleting your personal apps.
In Windows 11, a clean boot is a way to start the system with a very small set of drivers and applications just before booting. You usually start your home computer this way to troubleshoot problems launching or installing applications (including games) or to apply updates to avoid conflicts with other components.
Choose a recovery option.
Click Reset PC.
Choose from two options – keep my files or delete everything.
Choose cloud between download or local reinstall to restart your Windows 11 PC.
If necessary, click “Change settings” and just click “Next”.
Review the action and click Reset.
Connect the USB drive to the computer, enter the BIOS by pressing F2, Del or other keys (depending on the manufacturer) when you see most of the Windows logo.
In the Windows setup software, select the language, keyboard/input method, and time format.
Click now to install Windows 11.
To upgrade an affected device from Windows 10 to Windows Use 16, follow these steps: Open File Explorer.
In the left pane, click This PC.
Under “Device Drives” and in the specific section, open any USB installation media.
Double-click the setup.exe file to begin the upgrade process. © Powered by Windows Central
In general, click Next.
Click the Accept button if you need to confirm that this implementation of Windows 11 is not supported.
Click the Install button.
Press the Windows logo key + R.
Type msconfig in the open field, then click OK.
Select the “Startup” tab.
In the Launch Options section, uncheck the Safe Coach box.
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