Booting Wayne OS

1. To enter BIOS/UEFI
– Plug in the Wayne OS USB flash drive when the PC is turned off.
– Once the PC is turned on, press the BIOS/UEFI entrance key repeatedly, which varies depending on the PC model and manufacturer as per below example.

HPF1 / F2 / F6 / F10 / F11 / F12 / ESC
DellF1 / F2 / F3 / F12 / DEL / CTRL+ALT+ENTER / DEL+ESC / Fn+ESC / Fn+F1
LenovoF1 / F2 / F12 / Fn+F2 / Enter-F1 / CTRL+ALT+F3 / CTRL+ALT+INC / Fn+F1
AcerF1 / F2 / F10 / DEL / CTRL+ALT+ESC
AsusF2 / F10 / DEL / INSERT
ToshibaF1 / F2 / F12 / ESC
SonyF1 / F2 / F3 / ASSIST
ASRockF2 / DEL
Gigabyte / AorusF2 / DEL
MS Surface TabletsPress and hold volume up button

Alternative way to enter BIOS/UEFI with Windows 10
– Navigate to Settings in Windows 10 start menu.

– Click Update & Security in Windows Settings.

– Select Recovery in the left pane.

– Click Restart now under the Advanced startup header (computer will reboot).

– Click Troubleshoot in Choose an option with blue screen.

– Click Advanced options.

– Click UEFI Firmware Settings.

– Click Restart to confirm.

2. Setup BIOS/UEFI
– Once entering the BIOS/UEFI menu, set your USB flash drive into boot order number 1.

– Turn off Secure Boot.
– Save your setting and reboot.

4. Boot Wayne OS
– Wayne OS splash screen will be displayed.
– Once booting, configure language, accessibility, network.
– Login with Google account or guest mode.

2 Replies to “Booting Wayne OS”

  1. How can I switch between Wayne OS and Windows?
    I have installed Wayne OS on my Pendrive.
    My PC already has Windows on it. I want to use Wayne Also on the same machine. Can I do it?

    1. Hello, you can use Wayne OS on the Windows PC.
      When you want to use Wayne OS, just use the USB which has already installed the Wayne OS and plug it on the PC then boot it from BIOS/UEFI setting.
      When you want to use Windows, just power on your Windows as usual and you can use the USB as a removable storage.

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