it's home school: how to log into windows enable guide

enable or disable boot log there are two ways, one is to use msconfig graphical interface tools, another is to use the console tool bcdedit.exe, in this article, it's home to each one of these two methods.

by graphical interface

in the microsoft xiaona search and run:

msconfig

switch to boot tab,

select you want to record the boot log system(single system need not choose), and then guide the checkbox checked in front of a log.

click ok button.if there is a dialog prompt you to restart the system, you can restart immediately, if you have not saved in win10 work, so can a manually restart later.

from the command line

in the microsoft xiaona search and run as an administrator:

cmd

input and run the following command:

bcdedit

write down you want to open the boot log system identifier, such as {current}.

input and run the following command:

bcdedit/set {identifier} bootlog yes

will {identifier} place according to your actual needs to replace, like here:

bcdedit/set {current} bootlog yes

to disable boot log is also very easy, only need to input and run the following command:

bcdedit/set {identifier} bootlog no

will {identifier} place according to your actual needs to replace, like here:

bcdedit/set {current} bootlog no

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