Well, it has been a way to access the BIOS since Windows 10. But in Windows 11, since it boots too fast for hitting DEL or whatever, it has changed from a way to the way.This has been the way to access the BIOS since windows 10 (I don't remember if windows 8 did it too).
It's been explained a million times, so maybe look it up instead of confusing Techspot for Google.Please explain how the OS can make the Mother Board Post faster.
The Mother Board / BIOS / UEFI post happens before the OS is booted.
Disable fast boot in windows will give you a better chance at hitting del/f2 (whatever key your PC/motherboard manufacturer uses). also if the bios supports the ability to change you can add a boot delay as well... I prefer the traditional f2/del method so setup my stuff accordingly, digging through many menus instead seems counterintuitive.
I would say skip Step 2 even (slow monitor power quite often)What a load on nonsense just mash the delete key on power on and you'll get into the UEFI even with fastboot enabled
1: push the power button
2: wait until the power light on your monitor changes to active from sleep
3: continuously tap the DEL or F1 or F9 button
4: change setting in UEFI
5: save and reboot