How to Configure Surface Pro UEFI/BIOS Settings

In this article, you will find out how to enter the Surface Pro 5, Surface Pro 6, and Surface Pro 7 UEFI/BIOS settings and how to manage device boot order, devices, security and more.

Configuring Surface Pro UEFI/BIOS Settings

You might already know that since the first generation of Microsoft Surface Pro (2013) and Surface 3, Microsoft has implemented a new firmware called Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) on those devices. This new firmware interface allows your Surface to boot faster and providing better security improvements.

Starting with Surface Pro 4, Microsoft has created their own Surface UEFI for use with newer devices. This new Surface UEFI is currently used on newer devices including Surface Book and Surface Studio.

In this article, you will find out how to get to the new Surface Pro UEFI settings. You will see also how to configure the UEFI settings to improve the device security, check your device information, and more.

This tutorial applied to Surface Pro (5th Gen), Surface Pro 6, and Surface Pro 7.

  1. How to access Surface Pro UEFI settings?
  2. How to Check Your Surface Pro Device Information via UEFI settings?
  3. How to Configure Device Boot Order on the new Surface Pro?
  4. How to Manage Device Components on Surface Pro?
  5. How to change your Surface Pro Date and Time via Surface UEFI?
  6. How to Protect UEFI settings with a password on Surface Pro?
  7. What is Secure Boot Control?
  8. What is the Trusted Platform Module (TPM)?