What is the secure boot?
Secure Boot or secure boot is a mode that Windows brings, and that prevents the execution of any unsigned or certified software at system startup. This is intended to prevent malware or unreliable applications from loading when you start your computer.
STEPS TO DISABLE SECURE BOOT
1. Click on start, and restart the PC.
2. Configure the PC to disable the secure boot, for this we need to enter the bios (depending on the brand of the pc, press the keyboard, for acer: F2, asus: esc or F2, compaq: F10, dell: F2, hp: F10, lenovo: F1 or F2, toshiba: F1 or ESC). once in the bios, go to the security section and select secure boot.
3. Here select disable.
4. Go to the save & exit section, select save changes and exit and click on yes, the PC will automatically restart, it may take a few minutes.
5. Once the reboot is finished, verify if everything exit correctly, press Windows + R, and write msinfo32. and you will see that the secure boot was disabled.