How to disable secure boot on Microsoft Surface Pro 7

Do you have any issues when you want to install Ubuntu or other Linux distributions on your Microsoft Surface devices? By default, Microsoft has blocked all third party boot loaders from booting off your Surface devices.

To fix this, you will need to disable the secure boot on your Surface so you can install a different operating system or do a clean Windows installation. In this tutorial, we will walk you through how to disable and re-enable Secure Boot on Microsoft Surface Pro 7.

Table of contents

  1. What is Secure Boot?
  2. How to disable Secure Boot on Surface Pro 7
  3. How to re-enable Secure Boot on Surface Pro 7

For more information, check our article on how to configure Surface Pro 7 UEFI here.

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