Compared to all other desktop operating systems, Windows 10 offers you more features. For example, by default, the operating system offers you a troubleshooting utility, disk check utility, System file checker (SFC) utility, and more.
Also, Windows 10 has a command-line interpreter that interacts with the user through a command-line interface. Command Prompt in Windows 10 is of great use; you can execute commands for many tasks.
On techviral, we have already covered a guide on the best CMD commands for Windows 10 operating system. Command Prompt can also help you fix various things like executing the SFC command to check system files, disc check command to fix disk errors, and more.
Certain situations demand running Command prompt at boot in Windows 10. For example, we often need to run Windows Command Prompt at the installation screen during maintenance and recovery. Similarly, while installing Windows 10, users might need to convert the GPT partition to MBR, which is only possible through CMD.
In this method, we will use the Advanced Startup options to open Command Prompt at boot. Follow some of the simple steps given below.